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Moto G4 arriving next month, pricing announced

Moto G4 arriving next month, pricing announced

Motorola's Moto G line has proven to be quite popular with consumers over the past few years. It isn't really all that surprising, considering that Motorola found a way to offer a decent, desirable phone at a price that won't set you back hundreds upon hundreds of dollars if you're one of the many who like to purchase their phones outright. Today the company dished pricing and release details for the newest Moto G phones, and it appears the next generation in the lineup is right around the corner.

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Motorola exec heads out

Motorola exec heads out

Today it's become apparent that Motorola Mobility has had another loss of executive in Jim Wicks. This is Wicks, design lead for Motorola Mobility for "a dozen years" as Chicago Business says, heading to Northwestern University's McCormick School of Engineering next month. Normally I'd say Motorola was losing an executive because of bad reasons but, in this case, it's far more likely that Wicks is heading out because Northwestern University is a place he wants to be after working the same job for over a decade.

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Moto X (Play) 2016 sighted on GFXBench, MediaTek inside

Moto X (Play) 2016 sighted on GFXBench, MediaTek inside

Lenovo insisted that news of the Moto X's death are highly exaggerated. Motorola's former flagship still caters to a specific market, whatever that may be, and a 4th gen model is still in the works. As if giving credence to that assertion, a new Motorola smartphone was spotted at GFXBench's website. Based on the model number and less than premium specs, it could be the 2016 Moto X Play. Or perhaps the only Moto X for the year. Curiously enough, the smartphone is noted to be running on a MediaTek processor.

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Moto Z Pro Camera mod to come soon from Hasselblad

Moto Z Pro Camera mod to come soon from Hasselblad

Like the LG G5 before it, the "modular" Moto Z was unveiled with only a few of its swappable "smart" back covers which might not have inspired the imaginations of users. Like the LG G5, the Moto Z also promised more types of modules possible, including one that seemed to take on Microsoft's Continuum concept, except for Android. But unlike the LG G5, one of those new Moto Mods might actually be just around the corner. Popular camera maker Hasselblad has an event set for June 22nd and, according to rumors, one of its new products will be a camera mod for Motorola's latest flagship.

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Motorola lends name to Binatone devices to launch “VerveLife”

Motorola lends name to Binatone devices to launch “VerveLife”

A number of devices launched by Binatone have been released with Motorola's brand front and center. Binatone has licensed the Motorola Mobility name and brand for these devices, each of them part of a new VerveLife collection of wearables, wireless, waterproof devices. The first set of devices in this collection are for music or for recording video.

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Moto Z Droid Moto Mods accessories priced

Moto Z Droid Moto Mods accessories priced

Motorola has a new smartphone in the works called the Moto Z Force that is expected to launch soon. One of the coolest things about this smartphone is that Motorola designed the smartphone to work with a bunch of different accessories called Moto Mods. The mods run the gamut from things like projectors down to standard cases to protect the smartphone from drops.

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Moto X, G, and E are not yet dead, so says Lenovo

Moto X, G, and E are not yet dead, so says Lenovo

As they say, reports of the Moto X's death are highly exaggerated. That is, if you ask Lenovo about it. The Chinese OEM, who is now steward of Motorola's brand and devices, has made it clear that, at least for now, the Moto X isn't getting retired. And neither will the Moto G or even the Moto E. Of course, that's only "for now" and companies have been known to change their minds. Thus, the future of at least the Moto X is still left hanging in the balance.

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Moto Z Play, Pro Camera and Adventure Mods still coming

Moto Z Play, Pro Camera and Adventure Mods still coming

Lenovo and Motorola may have unveiled a ton of new devices last week, but there were still a few things missing from the roster. At least as far as expectations set by leaks are concerned. According to a new leak, however, it isn't the end just yet. A Moto Z Play, presumably the more affordable version of the Moto Z, is still en route, probably not far behind. Even more than that, two other Moto Mods, the Pro Camera and the Adventure mods, will also soon be making their way to the market.

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Moto Z first impressions and hands-on

Moto Z first impressions and hands-on

Today we've gotten our hands on the Moto Z Droid Edition and the Moto Z Droid Force Edition of Motorola's newest smartphone platform. The Moto Z family of devices works with what they call Moto Mods. These "Mods" are accessories that attach to the Moto Z smartphone and work in tandem with said smartphones in a variety of ways. Today we're having a look at the Verizon-centric smartphones from this lineup, both with DROID in their name.

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Moto Z has no headphone jack

Moto Z has no headphone jack

Today Motorola and Lenovo revealed the Moto Z phone, a device without a headphone jack. That's not the primary feature on the smartphone, of course, but for those that use their smartphone's headphone jack every single day of the year, it's a difficult feature to miss. The Moto Z and the Moto Z Droid (as it'll be called with Verizon) will both have the ability to work with Moto Mods - accessories that plug-and-play with the smartphone line.

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Moto Z Droid “Moto Mods” pre-order, details, and official specs

Moto Z Droid “Moto Mods” pre-order, details, and official specs

Today Motorola jumps in on the modular smartphone business with their own take: Moto Z Droid with Moto Mods. This system of plug-and-play pieces works on the Moto Z Droid, a device that's coming exclusively to Verizon in the United States. Moto Mods will work with this generation Moto Z devices and "are designed to work with future generation Moto Z phones" as well. Weird!

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Tomorrow is Motorola’s big day, here’s where to watch it

Tomorrow is Motorola’s big day, here’s where to watch it

June 9 will be an auspicious day for two companies. Well, a company and a half. It is the start of Lenovo's Tech World conference and, naturally, Motorola will be there, too. While Lenovo itself will have a few mobile devices to show off, Motorola has its own thing as well. Tomorrow, we'll finally get to see if the Moto Z, or maybe just the Moto X4, can really bring Motorola back to the top the way the RAZR did nearly a decade ago.

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