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How to get Google Pixel fingerprint swipe gestures on Nexus 6P

How to get Google Pixel fingerprint swipe gestures on Nexus 6P

Fingerprint Cards has confirmed that the Nexus 6P and 5X have the same sensor as the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. As such, developers hypothesize that the same implementation of code could be possible. A similar set of firmware codes would need to appear on the Google Pixel and Pixel XL for this to happen. For this to happen, Google would need to dedicate time to making it happen.

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Lenovo Moto M specs leak, including huge 5,100mAh battery

Lenovo Moto M specs leak, including huge 5,100mAh battery

The now Lenovo-owned Motorola has been responsible for a number of high-quality mid-range Android devices, including the Moto G and Moto Z. There's been whispers of a successor for some now, and the latest leaks peg it as the upcoming Moto M. There's no word on when it will be released, but the specs were just published this week, and there's one detail that really jumps out: a massive 5,100mAh battery.

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Motorola confirms which smartphones will get Android 7.0 Nougat

Motorola confirms which smartphones will get Android 7.0 Nougat

The LG V20 has had its period of Nougat exclusivity. The Google Pixel, with Android 7.1, is now on pre-order. With those out of the way, Android Nougat is now fair game for manufacturers. Breaking its silence, Motorola has gone public with a full list of smartphones that are scheduled to receive the Android 7.0 update, starting somewhat this month. Owners of slightly older models, however, are going to be disappointed that their one year old phone isn’t invited.

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Moto Mods Dev Kit launches to help anyone make more Mods

Moto Mods Dev Kit launches to help anyone make more Mods

Both LG, with the LG G5, and Motorola, with the Moto Z family, have put out their own interpretation of what a modular smartphone is like, mostly focusing on add-ons you can slap on, or insert into, the smartphone. But only one of these two have made it possible for almost anyone with the know how to make their own. Motorola has just announced the availability of its Moto Mod Development Kit, which can simply be bought off authorized retailers to get the ball rolling on any mod you can imagine or create.

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Unlocked Moto Z, Moto Z Play start pre-order phase

Unlocked Moto Z, Moto Z Play start pre-order phase

Although IFA 2016 is far behind us, we are only now feeling the aftermath of the dozens of devices revealed back then, and some even earlier. Joining the growing list of devices going on sale or pre-order is the Moto Z Play and its higher end Moto Z sibling, now both available for pre-order in their unlocked versions. Soon, the two smartphones will be available to even more consumers, putting to the test Motorola's own spin on the concept and implementation of what a modular smartphone really is.

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Moto G4 Play Review : Another Entry-Level Hit

Moto G4 Play Review : Another Entry-Level Hit

The latest in Lenovo's Moto G collection of devices is the "Play" of the G4 (2016) generation. This means the Moto G4 Play is the least of the pack, least impressive and least costly, too. Today we're going to judge whether this device is worth the cash it costs - and for whom this device would be ideal. This device looks and feels extremely similar to its closest relatives, the Moto G4 and the Moto G4 Plus.

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Moto Z Play Droid, Hasselblad Moto Mod now up for pre-order

Moto Z Play Droid, Hasselblad Moto Mod now up for pre-order

After two consecutive high-profile smartphone announcements, it might be too easy to forget that Motorola and Verizon had a less expensive but no less curious bombshell just last week. To remind everyone that the Moto Z Play Droid and the Hasselblad “True Zoom” Moto Mod are in town, the two companies have opened the doors for interested buyers to pre-order the devices. And with that, of course, we are able to get a closer look into the specs of the smartphone and the half-camera.

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Moto G4 vs Moto G4 Play – released today in the USA

Moto G4 vs Moto G4 Play – released today in the USA

This week the folks at Motorola have released the "Play" version of their Moto G4 for the USA. Our Moto G4 Review and Moto G4 Plus Review (2 in 1) should give you, the viewer, a good idea of what's in store. This new "Play" set has prompted Android users to ask whether Lenovo believes that it was Motorola's original strategy to release as many smartphones as possible all within as short a span as possible that made the Moto G popular in the first place. Regardless, every one of the Moto phones that've been revealed over the past several weeks are good, in their own unique ways, and we'll be delivering a closer look at the lot before they're in users' hands here on SlashGear.

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Moto 360 could have actually been square and terrible

Moto 360 could have actually been square and terrible

Motorola should probably thank its lucky stars, or its executive decision makers, that the Moto 360 it launched in 2014 was a far cry from this prototype that has now leaked online. Back when smartwatches were still practically unheard of, the Moto 360 was the lone voice of fashion, running circles around its contemporaries, even with a flat tire. But in another world, in another possibility, Motorola’s first smartwatch could have been just as square as all the rest. In fact, it could have even been worse.

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Project Ara modular smartphone is DOA, say sources

Project Ara modular smartphone is DOA, say sources

Perhaps to no one’s surprise, but surely to everyone’s disappointment, Google might be shelving the once highly popular Project Ara that would have delivered a truly modular smartphone with interchangeable core components. At least that’s what two sources are saying. Given the repeated delays and a significant change in the project’s vision and implementation, that is almost expected. Also expected, however, will be the backlash from different supporters, including hardware makers whom Google already announced and waved around like trophies, if Google does throw in the towel, temporarily or otherwise.

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Lenovo, Moto IFA 2016 teaser: different for the sake of better

Lenovo, Moto IFA 2016 teaser: different for the sake of better

In less than a month's time, the tech world will once again be gawking at and drooling over products, gizmos, and whatnots at IFA 2016 in Berlin. It remains to be seen if Samsung still has a few aces prepared after it already unveiled its Galaxy Note 7. LG is definitely building up the hype around the LG V20. Not to be outdone, Lenovo is now also formally giving the public a tease at the latest innovations it has in store for the showroom floor. Including, of course, new Moto Mods for its very young Moto Z line.

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Moto Z Force vs. Galaxy S7 Active drop test showdown

Moto Z Force vs. Galaxy S7 Active drop test showdown

One of the big claims with the Motorola Z Force smartphone is that the screen is unbreakable. That is a major claim and it will come as no surprise that someone has stepped dup to test that clam by pitting the Z Force against the Galaxy S7 Active. We've seen the S7 Active make it through a huge number of drops unscathed in the past, you can see that test here. This time out the Moto Z Force is getting compared to the Galaxy S7 Active to see who's tougher.

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