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Motorola Stories October 5

The latest in the Motorola G-series smartphone series, the Moto G7 has surfaced in full 360-degree CAD-based renders showing that this model will indeed sport a notched 18:9 display.

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Motorola Stories September 20

Motorola has gone through a shift in priorities since being taken over by Lenovo, but that hasn’t stopped their popular budget lines from getting steady improvements before, during, and after this transition process. The lynchpin of their entire budget line, the Moto E5 — Standard, Play and Plus — play a pivotal role in the Android ecosystem thanks, in part, to their sheer affordability…

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Motorola Stories September 13

After three years of Moto Mods, Motorola is understandably ramping things down in that arena. Now, that crazy slide-out physical keyboard from the Moto Z is getting canned before shipping a single unit…

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Motorola Stories August 29

Mysterious Moto smartphone leaks w/ ‘waterdrop’ notch, red color

Motorola’s smartphone lineup hasn’t evolved too much over the past few years, but recent releases have finally adopted the taller aspect ratios that have become popular. Now, it seems an upcoming Motorola device will also be adopting a notch.

Motorola Stories August 16

Motorola’s smartphone lineup for the past few years has basically consisted of the Moto Z, G, E, and X families, with each evolving year by year. This week, though, Motorola unveiled a new smartphone for the Chinese market with the Motorola P30. Here’s what you need to know. expand full story

Motorola Stories August 15

Following Android 9 Pie’s debut, only a couple of devices have picked up support including Google’s Pixel and the Essential Phone. Over the weekend, more devices were confirmed to get the update, and now Motorola is announcing its plans for Android’s latest release.

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