The phones go on sale this spring starting at $249.99.
Plus, Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip design is no longer a secret.
According to a report out of Android Headlines, we could see Moto make its return to flagships in less than a month.
Plus, Google schedules I/O 2020 for May 12th-14th in Mountain View.
But it only works on Verizon.
Beyond the design, there’s not much to say about it.
It launches on February 6th.
We can only hope and pray that they’ll be good.
But it makes some questionable choices.
The phone is expected to come with a 6.2-inch screen, a Snapdragon 710, and a $1,500 price tag.
Y’know, unless you want Moto Mods.
A few more upgrades for a budget-friendly smartphone line.
If you bought your phone through a certain carrier, you might be stuck on Oreo.
It also comes with an in-display fingerprint reader and a single rear camera.
Sample photos, an unboxing video, and more have all surfaced as a result.
The device isn’t coming to the US, but plenty of others around the world will get it.
There’s also a weird speaker grille-like component at the top.
The phone might even come in an odd box with plenty of accessories.
The device appears to only have one rear camera, however.
The accessory will help early adopters connect to Verizon’s 5G network.
Google has certified the device as being “Made for Fi.”
The company said in a new interview it doesn’t intent to launch “later than everybody else in the market.”
Check your phone for Pie if you have the unlocked model.
There’s also one with a 5,000mAh battery.
All four have leaked out, and here’s what you need to know.
A new registration gives us a potential first look at Moto’s foldable $1,500 smartphone.
It could also be sold exclusively through Verizon.
New renders include Motorola’s famous pin system on the back, indicating Mods aren’t going anywhere.
The X4 is even getting a special Amazon Alexa-related upgrade by the end of the year.
After recently releasing the device in the United States, Motorola has begun rolling out Android 9 Pie to the mid-range Motorola One smartphone. The device’s