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Moto Z tipped to replace Moto X as new flagship phone

Moto Z tipped to replace Moto X as new flagship phone

Lenovo subsidiary Motorola reportedly has a pair of flagship smartphones in the pipeline, and they may be launching under the new “Moto Z” moniker rather than the company’s now-familiar Moto X. The company’s two tipped handsets are said to go by the codenames Vertex and Vector Thin; per a new leak, the Vector Thin will supposedly launch as the “Moto Z Style,” while the Vertex will launch as the “Moto Z Play."

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Moto X4, DROID version photos leaked with odd design choices

Moto X4, DROID version photos leaked with odd design choices

It's been a while since Motorola has put out a smartphone that was the center of the market's attention. It seems, however, that the fourth gen Moto X will generate a lot of noise, and not all of them will be good. If you thought the physical home button slash fingerprint sensor on the front of the 4th gen Moto G was bad enough, take a gander at what is supposed to be the Moto X4's newest design. That includes a large, bulky camera sensor smack in the middle of the smartphone's back.

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Motorola’s gone completely tone-deaf with teasers for Moto G 2016

Motorola’s gone completely tone-deaf with teasers for Moto G 2016

This week Motorola India made a series of Tweets teasing their next big handset - but in the process, they seem to have tapped in to the wrong sort of market. Tweeting each of the following images with a "#missing" tag, Motorola seems to have inadvertently lead users to a collection of actual missing people, making the appearance of each of their fake Missing People images look like they're attempting to cash in on tragedy.

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Alleged 2016 Moto X sighted with Snapdragon 820, 4GB RAM

Alleged 2016 Moto X sighted with Snapdragon 820, 4GB RAM

After a brief but sensational stint as a Google subsidiary, Motorola's profile in the smartphone market has somewhat declined in status, overshadowed by the bigger players in the industry. While Moto's smartphones remain competitive and even desirable for those who prefer a near vanilla Android experience, those just haven't received the same accolades and hype as the first Moto X and Moto G. The expected new Moto X might turn heads again, but not all in good ways. It will, at least, have some of the latest specs, if this Geekbench sighting is the real deal.

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Moto X Pure smartphones get graffiti treatment from artist Futura

Moto X Pure smartphones get graffiti treatment from artist Futura

Motorola has collaborated with an artist to make 30 custom painted smartphones. The artists is one Leonard McGurr, perhaps better known as the graffiti artist Futura. For this collaboration, Motorola provided Futura with 30 Moto X Pure smartphones and the artist used the phones as his canvas for a work of art. The smartphones were laid out on canvas or paper and then spray painted with multiple colors.

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Motorola will unlock your Moto X, but only on Verizon’s network

Motorola will unlock your Moto X, but only on Verizon’s network

If you purchased a Moto X back in 2014, you've probably been pretty upset at the fact that you won't be getting the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. A little while back, Motorola announced that they wouldn't be pushing the update to carrier-locked versions of the popular phone. But now the company does have some good news, in that department.

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Motorola Marshmallow updates list released: Moto X, Moto G, DROID

Motorola Marshmallow updates list released: Moto X, Moto G, DROID

Motorola's Android upgrade schedule for the Moto X, Moto G, DROID Turbo, and more have been revealed with Marshmallow in mind. The software that'll be coming to a number of Motorola-made smartphones will be Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and with it features like Android Pay, Now on Tap, Doze Mode, and Direct Share. Motorola suggests that these devices will also be working with simpler volume controls and will no longer come with Motorola Migrate right out of the box.

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Moto X Pure Edition Review: Custom Knockout

Moto X Pure Edition Review: Custom Knockout

This month we're having a peek at the Moto X Pure Edition - one of several flagship devices Motorola is releasing this year. Motorola delivers a smartphone with a 5.7-inch Quad-HD display, front-facing speakers, powerful cameras on both sides. Can a device with the same-size display as a Galaxy Note 5, a larger camera on its back than most competitors, and custom-order colors and materials do the deed for Motorola in this new age for the smartphone company? If what we've experienced so far is any indicator, Motorola's back to bat in the big leagues.

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Moto X Pure Edition unboxing and hands-on

Moto X Pure Edition unboxing and hands-on

This morning the Moto X Pure Edition arrived on our doorstep fully customized and ready to be the next big competitor for the top-tier smartphone crown. This device, like many Motorola devices, is able to be ordered online with custom colors and materials - because of this, we thought it uniquely important to do an unboxing video for you to see. Most smartphones look the same as one another right out of the box - Motorola's Moto X Pure Edition comes uniquely built for the maker.

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Moto X Pure Edition U.S. preorders start tomorrow

Moto X Pure Edition U.S. preorders start tomorrow

Motorola has announced the Moto X Pure Edition will be going up for preorder tomorrow in the United States. The Pure Edition will have a starting price of $399.99 USD, and will be available this coming fall, according to Motorola’s website. The Moto X Pure Edition brings with it all the stylings of the Moto X, but with a “pure Android experience,” says Motorola, as well as being unlocked, giving users the freedom to toggle between carriers.

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Moto X Pure Edition: 5 facts you need to know

Moto X Pure Edition: 5 facts you need to know

Today Motorola revealed several new smartphones, the most compelling of which happens to be coming without a carrier. The Moto X Pure Edition will be released in the United States without a carrier starting at four hundred dollars. While smartphones (like Sony's range, for example) have been coming to the United States off-contract and off-carrier in their primary release for several years now, Motorola is doing something different. In addition to making the device affordable (not cheap, but within reason), they've finally released a device that works on all carriers.

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Moto X Play detailed: smaller screen, bigger battery

Moto X Play detailed: smaller screen, bigger battery

This week Motorola has revealed three devices, the "best of both worlds" model coming in as the Moto X Play. This device has a 5.5-inch display while the Moto X Style has a 5.7-inch display, allowing the Moto X Play to "play longer." You'll also have a 1080p display instead of Quad-HD with a slightly larger battery at 3,600mAh instead of just 3,000. It might just be that the Moto X Play is the best choice amongst the three devices Motorola's revealed today - or at least the longest lasting in the field.

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