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Moto G 5G Plus gives Motorola affordable midrange speed

Moto G 5G Plus gives Motorola affordable midrange speed

Motorola has released a new 5G phone, with the Moto G 5G Plus promising to be as affordable as the company's other recent smartphones, but with support for high-speed data and a new selfie camera. It taps Qualcomm's Snapdragon 765 to do that, with the X52 Modem. Availability plans for the US haven't been confirmed, but Motorola says it does intend to launch a sub-$500 5G phone in North America come the fall.

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Motorola One Fusion joins the mid-range Android fray

Motorola One Fusion joins the mid-range Android fray

Motorola is the new Samsung in the sense of flooding the smartphone market with nearly indistinguishable options. Barely a month after it announced the One Fusion+, the company is now revealing the base model for that already mid-range phone. The Motorola One Fusion probably won't wow anyone with its specs but it can at least masquerade as its slightly more featured and also more expensive sibling, that is until you get asked to do that popup camera trick.

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Motorola Razr 5G release date level leak drops all specs

Motorola Razr 5G release date level leak drops all specs

The second-generation Motorola Razr (with foldable display) was leaked in a big way this week in a set of insider tips that essentially spill all the beans. The Motorola Razr 5G, as it's expected to be called, will come in at least one color: Mercury Silver - with a 6.2-inch display inside. This device will likely be launched with a pair of massive cameras and a dual-SIM card tray.

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Motorola Edge unlocked revealed (off Verizon) for $300 less

Motorola Edge unlocked revealed (off Verizon) for $300 less

There's a new Motorola Edge device out there in the world with 5G connectivity options and a $700 price tag. This is different from the $1k Motorola Edge+ with Verizon. The new version is "universally unlocked" and will be available for sale from Motorola itself inside the United States - not with a carrier. The devices look very, VERY similar.

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Motorola Edge Lite tipped to be coming amidst Edge+ screen woes

Motorola Edge Lite tipped to be coming amidst Edge+ screen woes

Motorola has been known for flooding the market with multiple versions of a single model and it seems that practice is seeping into its latest premium phones as well. It recently launched its new Edge and Edge+ flagships but there is now word that a new variant will be coming. Details are slim on what makes the phone "Lite" but it may come at a time when confidence in Motorola's flagship is dipping a bit low.

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Motorola Edge+ display issues may need replacement

Motorola Edge+ display issues may need replacement

Today we're taking a peek at the Motorola Edge+ and its "waterfall" curved-edge display. There's a lot of goodness here, but it seems to depend on whether you're one of the unlucky few to get a bad unit. Some Motorola Edge+ displays are misbehaving in ways that are not relegated to software. If you're one of the people with extreme display issues, you should be able to speak with Verizon to get a replacement unit with relative ease.

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Motorola Razr 2 might not be coming this year after all

Motorola Razr 2 might not be coming this year after all

Although it shared the foldable limelight with Motorola earlier this year, it seems that Samsung might be the only one left on stage this year. It's expected to unveil not just one but two foldable phones in less than two months. And while it's not the only major smartphone manufacturer competing in that space, a new rumor claims that Motorola might be out of the picture at least until 2021.

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Motorola One Fusion+ serves up a pop-up selfie camera and a hefty battery

Motorola One Fusion+ serves up a pop-up selfie camera and a hefty battery

As we finished out last week, Motorola unveiled the Moto G Fast and the Moto E. The company is keeping the device reveals rolling today by announcing the One Fusion+, a new mid-range device with a pop-up selfie camera. Beyond the pop-up camera, the phone has a rather large battery that should last quite some time on a full charge.

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Moto G Fast and Moto E revealed as new budget phone kings

Moto G Fast and Moto E revealed as new budget phone kings

Motorola is ending the work week by announcing two new phones: the Moto G Fast and the Moto E. Neither of these phones are flagship devices with top-end hardware, but if you're looking for an affordable handset, these could very well be worth considering. Better yet is the fact that they're launching next week, which means there's a very short window between reveal and release.

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Motorola Edge+ cameras do decently well in DxOMark’s tests

Motorola Edge+ cameras do decently well in DxOMark’s tests

For the first time in a long while, Motorola has finally put out a premium flagship to compete on the high-end market. It is asking for quite a lot of faith and trust in the brand given its immediately high price. Some might be disappointed in that fact alone while other bemoan its Verizon exclusivity. Those that will be able to get their hands on one, however, might not have much to worry about when it comes to photography as even DxOMark seems a bit satisfied with the phone's camera performance, at least when taken in isolation.

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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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