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Motorola Razr 2 should have been Motorola’s first foldable phone

Motorola Razr 2 should have been Motorola’s first foldable phone

Motorola seems to be bent on launching as many phones as it can this year but the real highlight of its new lineup so far is undoubtedly the Razr. You can argue about its practicality and price but it's hard to deny how huge it was in terms of design and even execution. Unsurprisingly, Motorola is reportedly already working on a successor that, from the looks of it, should have been what it launched first.

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Motorola One Fusion leaks point to another mid-range contender

Motorola One Fusion leaks point to another mid-range contender

You have to give Motorola props for being persistent, pushing out phone after phone despite less than encouraging sales numbers on all tiers. That, however, also comes at the price of confusion when there are too many options to choose from, especially when the choices are too similar to each other. That hasn't exactly stopped phone makers and Motorola doesn't seem to be interested in bucking that trend. Just two months after launching its flagship Edge pair, Motorola is expected to launch the One Fusion+ and One Fusion to target mid-range market this time.

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Motorola Edge+ teardown isn’t doing it any favors

Motorola Edge+ teardown isn’t doing it any favors

The Motorola Edge+ is probably one of Motorola's best smartphones if taken in isolation and based simply on specs and design. In practice, it comes with a few caveats that make it rather inaccessible if not less attractive to consumers. If you do get your hands on one, you might want to take extra care of that almost rare device. It turns out, the Motorola Edge+ may be designed so well that any sort of repair will not only be a pain but will most likely also be expensive because of that.

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Motorola Edge+ will get two Android updates as if that was extraordinary

Motorola Edge+ will get two Android updates as if that was extraordinary

On the surface, or at least based on its specs, the Motorola Edge+ definitely qualifies as Motorola's first true premium flagship in a long while. Not only does it have the guts to show for it but it also has the premium price (more on that later). What it doesn't have, among other things, is the same level of commitment that its competitors have with their latest and greatest. The company has suddenly changed its tune and is promising two Android updates for the Motorola Edge+ as if it was going out of its way to generously provide something it should have right from the start.

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Motorola RAZR update delivers Android 10: Is it enough?

Motorola RAZR update delivers Android 10: Is it enough?

Today Motorola released the Motorola RAZR software update to Android 10. This is the full version of Android 10, on the device for the first time in full release form. This update allows the user some access to several new features enacted by Motorola, as well as several features only available to Android 10 devices as enabled by Google. Does this update make the device desirable enough to purchase?

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Lenovo Legion phone leaked: 2x USB-C, long-side cam, landscape style!

Lenovo Legion phone leaked: 2x USB-C, long-side cam, landscape style!

The Lenovo LEGION smartphone leaked in a big way today, and with it, a design and execution that's more unique than basically anything the company's released in the mobile space before. It would seem that Lenovo's combined their PC gaming design and mobile design departments to create a device that's a step up from what's been offered before. Where Lenovo-brand smartphones in the past haven't blown consumers out of the water over the years, this might be something different.

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Motorola Razr BOGO deal is tempting us to ignore our better judgment

Motorola Razr BOGO deal is tempting us to ignore our better judgment

The foldable Motorola Razr prompted a few winces with its bleeding-edge price tag when it launched, but now the company will sell you one for $750 - you just have to buy two at the same time. A new buy-one-get-one promotion promises two Razr for the price of one, though there are still some caveats to bear in mind.

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Motorola Edge+ enters flagship fight: 5G, 108-megapixels and a huge battery

Motorola Edge+ enters flagship fight: 5G, 108-megapixels and a huge battery

Motorola is making its return to the flagship smartphone space, and the Motorola Edge+ pulls no punches. Headed to Verizon as an exclusive in mid-May, the new handset promises 5G, a big battery, near-pure Android 10, and a hefty 108-megapixel camera, all wrapped up with a sleek Edge Display screen. Question is, even then has Motorola done enough to stand out in a segment dominated by Apple and Samsung?

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Motorola Edge+ Verizon price and exclusivity will make it a hard sell

Motorola Edge+ Verizon price and exclusivity will make it a hard sell

Motorola hasn't launched a premium flagship since the Motorola Z3 Force in 2017 (the 2018 Motorola Z3 had 2017 specs). It may finally be breaking that cycle tomorrow when it announces the Motorola Edge and Motorola Edge+. Only one of those, however, will be the actual premium device. That might not matter much to most consumers, however, because you'll only be able to buy it from Verizon and at a price you probably will be hard-pressed to accept.

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Motorola One Fusion+ mid-range phone tipped to launch in a few weeks

Motorola One Fusion+ mid-range phone tipped to launch in a few weeks

For the past years, Motorola has been known for flooding the market with mid-tier handsets, be it from its older G and E families or from its slightly newer Motorola One line. It hasn't launched a flagship-worthy premium phone in a long time, something that may finally change with the expected announcement of the Motorola Edge+ tomorrow. That won't stop it from launching more mid-range phones, though, and at least two may be following shortly.

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Moto G Stylus and Moto G Power are now available in the US

Moto G Stylus and Moto G Power are now available in the US

Just because many places are locked down doesn't mean people will stop buying or even wanting new phones. On the contrary, the situation may have even caused demand to spike up faster than manufacturers could supply. People, however, are also getting more cautious about their spending habits, especially for non-essentials. That is why Motorola's announcement of the US availability of its two latest mid-range phones is timely but, at the same time, might also be poorly time as well.

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Motorola flagship phone event set for April 22, 2020

Motorola flagship phone event set for April 22, 2020

There'll be an event - a VIRTUAL event - this month for Motorola's next flagship smartphone. The company will likely position this phone as a competitor for such massively popular smartphones as the iPhone 11, Samsung Galaxy S20, or the Google Pixel. What'll be particularly interesting is how this device stands up to the OnePlus 8, the device that'll be revealed in full this week.

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