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Motorola Google Nexus 6

Our Verdict
If you’re a tech enthusiast, you’re probably sulking (like me), at the fact that a Nexus phone costs over 40k. To the regular consumer though, this won’t matter. So, yes, the Nexus 6 is indeed a good phone to buy. I like the Moto Turbo more, because it’s compact and easier to use, but that’s a matter of personal preference. The choice should actually be that, if you want a phablet, spend about 2k more and buy the Nexus 6. If it’s a phone you want, go ahead and buy the Moto Turbo.


Crisp display
Top of the line performance


Weak camera for the price
Very big, uncomfortable to use

Since 2014, Google has taken a new turn with its Nexus line-up. The addition of the Google Launcher and real flagship level specifications made the Nexus device into a true contender in the smartphone market. Till then, the Nexus line only showcased the newest version of Android in its purest form, something that only enthusiasts and experts really appreciated. With the Nexus 5 though, it seemed that Google was throwing caution to the wind, making a statement to OEMs — quality over quantity. Of course it was aided heavily by the fact that the consumer had became more aware.

The new Nexus, or the Nexus 6, seems like an amalgamation of the two philosophies. On the one hand, the Nexus 6 has almost the highest specs that one can ask for and still showcases what Android 5.0 Lollipop can do. Like its predecessor, it’s no longer a phone just for enthusiasts. It’s a true blue flagship smartphone, capable of taking on the best of the best. Oh, and yes, it’s a Moto X on steroids.
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Moto C and C Plus with Android Nougat, 4,000mAh battery and front flash unveiled

After days of leaks and numerous speculations, Lenovo Moto has finally taken off the wraps of its Moto C range of smartphones. The Moto C range will sit under the Moto E range and will offer a no fills smartphone experience to the budget conscious consumer.

There are two phones under the Moto C badge. The entry level Moto C starts at $97 (Rs 6,221) and offers a 2,350mAh battery. The smartphone runs on Android Nougat out of the box and is built around a Mediatek quad-core processor. There’s 1GB of Ram for handling tasks and 8GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 32GB with a microSD card. The phone offers 5-inch 854 x 480-pixel display. For taking pictures, there’s a 5MP rear camera with LED flash and 2MP front camera with LED flash. There’s a choice of a 3G and a 4G variant as well, which is quite strange considering the competition offering 4G as standard.

The Moto C Plus is similar to the Moto C under the hood, except for the bigger 4,000 mAh battery, a 5-inch 1280x720-pixel display and dual-SIM support. The rear camera gets boosted to an 8MP unit, while the front camera with its own LED flash remains unchanged. The Moto C Plus starts at 119 Euros, which is around Rs 8,300 for the 16GB storage option.

Both the Moto C phones will be available in cherry, white, gold, and black colour options.
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Motorola Looking To Bolster Its Software Portfolio

Amid an environment where the telecom and networking domains are aggressively shifting from hardware- to software-based solutions, even the smart public safety domain is calling for more software solutions in order to increase the networks’ efficiency. Motorola Solutions , the dominant player in the market, has made a couple of moves in the recent past in a bid to strengthen its software portfolio. The company launched its Wave 7000 solution last quarter to improve its “push-to-talk” feature and last month acquired Spillman, a company that develops software for law enforcement and public-safety departments. Motorola’s hardware products are strong and the company seems to be backing them well with pertinent software. This should ultimately help Motorola kill competition from smaller players, which may have a pricing advantage, with its technological superiority.

Motorola’s Wave 7000 provides a highly reliable PTT platform that can be easily linked to a public or a private LTE network or Land Mobile Radio networks, allowing optimized connections across networks and devices. Wave’s ability to connect at any network level makes it an efficient and reliable mode of critical PTT communications. And PTT is crucial for public safety as authorities want an uninterrupted constant connection with teams. This can go a long way in building Motorola’s trust with public safety authorities and help it gain a definitive competitive advantage over its smaller competitors.

Towards the end of last month, Motorola solutions announced its intent to acquire Spillman Technologies, as a part of its strategy to diversify its software portfolio and provide real-time data and analytics to its public safety customers. Spillman develops and provides computer aided device dispatch and record management software to over 1,700 agencies in the U.S. The deal, which is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2016, will not only help Motorola engage Spillman’s existing small and medium-sized clients, but the latter’s technology will gear up Motorola better for its existing large-size public safety clientele.
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Moto X (2017) key specs revealed by secret presentation

Last year, Motorola-owned by Lenovo skipped the Moto X flagship lineup and announced the Moto Z smartphones. But in 2017, it looks like the Moto X series is back as the alleged Moto X 2017 has been leaked several times since the debut of this year.

Yesterday, the upcoming Motorola flagship - Moto X 20178 has been allegedly spotted during a leaked presentation in China. The device was during a leaked presentation showing the most awaited model in China. Until there is an official confirmation from the company regarding this, we need to consider the same as a pinch of salt. But, the 9-second video during the presentation reveals a lot about the smartphone that we can't stop discussing about it.

Key specs were revealed

The presentation shows that the Moto X (2017) will arrive with a 5.5-inch display that is pretty standard for most smartphones. Under its hood, the device is said to feature a Snapdragon 600 SoC paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage capacity. The battery capacity is said to be a 3800mAh unit that has support for Qualcomm's Quick Charge as well.

Moto X (2017) to have its own assistant

Similar to the recent Samsung flagship smartphones those came with the company's own Bixbo AI assistant, the Moto X (2017) is also believed to arrive with its own AI assistant. We might hear more about this in the coming days.

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New Alleged Photos Of Moto X (2017) Leaked

We have been hearing rumors of a new Moto X for a while now, with an alleged photo of the handset popping up last year. Earlier this month a render also made its way online which appeared to be in line with what we saw from before. Now thanks to new photos that have found their way online, we are getting a pretty good idea of what to expect.
These images were discovered on Weibo and posted onto Slashleaks (via Ausdroid) and as you can see, they are pretty much similar to the previous leaks and renders. However the newly leaked photos also confirmed several things about the handset, such as how it appears to still use micro USB as opposed to USB-C, and that it will be keeping the headphone jack unlike the Moto Z which did away with theirs.
It also confirms that the Moto X will not be compatible with the Moto Mod accessories as it is missing the connector pins on the back of the phone. As for specs, last we heard the phone would be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 635 chipset and will come with up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
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Moto X Play: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update starts rolling out to users in Canada and India

Motorola has started seeding the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to its Moto X Play devices for users in Canada and India. This is an upgrade from the Android 6.0 Marshmallow version, which the device already received in December 2015.

The download is only about 388MB in size, as this is an upgrade within the Marshmallow OS. This also means that changes with the upgrade will be limited to just some minor tweaks and the latest March Android security patch.

Motorola has already rolled out the Marshmallow update for its Moto G (Gen 3), Moto G Turbo Edition, Moto E (Gen 2), Moto X Style and Moto X (Gen 2) among others. There is no clarity on whether some older models like the Moto E (1st Gen) and Moto G (1st Gen) would even receive Marshmallow or not.
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Motorola Moto G5 is cheap but not cheerful

Not everyone wants to invest in a high-end smartphone and given 2017’s eye-wateringly expensive handsets who can blame them? The mid-range market has never been more exciting or competitive, but not all manufacturers are bringing their A-game.

The latest update in the mid-range wars are Motorola’s 5” Moto G5 and the 5.2” G5 Plus, two unappealing devices that fail to meet the standards set by rival ­devices.

Despite a move away from plastic to an aluminium outer shell, the build quality feels cheap, with a dated and bulky build that emulates the long forsaken aesthetics of high-end smartphones from three years ago.

In defence of the G5 and G5 Plus, their design does reflect their price, at $299 and $399, respectively. For your money you are getting a device that will perform the basic functions of a smartphone, but what you are losing is aesthetics, speed and modern standards such as USB-C.

Unlike spec-matching two-size flagships such as the Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy, the two children in the Moto G5 family are not equals, the smaller model featuring a slightly smaller screen and battery, slower specs and a notably worse camera. The cheaper device features a removable battery, but at the cost of a lower-quality plastic-trimmed backplate.

Both phones feature micro-USB fast charging capability, but Moto only ships a fast charger in the box of the G5 Plus. Not choosing the more robust and reversible USB-C in 2017 isn’t good news for would-be purchasers, and not standardising the fast charging is a bummer for users of the lower-end model.
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Moto E4, E4 Plus leaked images surface online

Lenovo-owned Motorola has been planning to unveil new smartphones, the Moto E4 and E4 Plus. The tech freaks have been eagerly waiting for the launch of the phones which have been rumoured for quite some time. Much to the relief of the fans, pictures of the two phones have surfaced online.

Evan Blass posted the image of the two phones side-by-side on Twitter, assuming that these were the Moto E4 (on the left ) and E4 Plus (on the right). The leaked image shows off the front sides of the two upcoming smartphones.

One can easily spot the Moto logo on the top of the Moto E4 Plus, whereas the E4 bears the logo on the bottom of the phone. The display on the two device’s spots the date June 20, which means the phones are set to be launched in the next two months.

Both phones appear to be identical in nature, however, there is one major difference between the two devices. The Moto E4 Plus has a home button on the bottom of the phone.

But on the Moto E4, one cannot spot the home button. This means that the fingerprint scanner may be placed at the rear of the phone. Another change is that the placement of the fingerprint scanner is also a bit different.

Both the Moto E4 and E4 Plus could arrive in the first half of this year. The two devices are set to come with a 5-inch display, with either HD or FWVGA, depending on the model.
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Moto E (3rd gen) by Lenovo possibly benchmarked with 5-inch screen, 2GB RAM

We know Motorola’s been going through some stuff lately, as the transition to a wholly owned Lenovo subsidiary proves far trickier than both companies likely anticipated. But whether this year’s Moto E, G and X installments will be branded as Lenovo products or Moto by Lenovo, it’s time the restructured new conglomerate got back to business.

Already, the third-generation Moto E launch has been stalled for no apparent reason, and the second-gen’s turned one more than a month ago. And yes, the 4.5-incher is cheaper than ever before, but that doesn’t make up for its passé 960 x 540 pix res screen or insufficient 1GB RAM.

Fortunately, Lenovo is on the case, cooking up a substantially improved XT1700/XT1706 with a 5-inch 720p display in tow. Now, GFX Bench doesn’t list this mid-range bad boy as a Motorola, but those two model numbers clearly follow in the footsteps of the XT1505, XT1511, XT1524 and XT1527, aka the global and USA, LTE and non-LTE Moto E 2015.

What else is upgraded besides diagonal and pixel count? A number of other things, actually, including RAM (2GB, up from 1), internal storage (16 gigs instead of 8), and cameras (8 and 5MP in lieu of 5 and VGA).

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