Motorola has taken to Twitter to voice its annoyance over the continued adoption of always-on screen displays by rival companies. However, it not-so cryptically singled out one particular rival in its message.
Thought the Moto X was effectively replaced by the Moto Z? Think again. Motorola tells us that the Moto X line is still "alive and well." But it's still unclear if that means we'll see a new Moto X smartphone any time soon.
The all new Moto X Play for 2015 is a more affordable version of the Moto X Style. With it's smaller display and beefier battery, The Moto X Play still offers the same "best in class" camera. It's coming this August in 55 countries.
Motorola President Rick Osterloh has said the company is sticking to an annual refresh of its Moto X range, meaning we should see a 2015 version arrive around September. However, anyone hoping for a Moto tablet is going to be disappointed.
From now until March 24, when you buy the Moto X (2014) Pure Edition, you will get the 3G variant of the Moto E for free. If you're a fan of deals, and you have a family member who needs a smartphone, take this deal into consideration.
Next Monday, February 2, Motorola will offer promotional codes for $140 off purchases of $500 or $50 off purchases of $250. If you're unable to nab one of those codes, Motorola will still offer $100 off purchases of $500 or $30 off…
In time for the holidays, Motorola announced a new promotion that either takes $50 off $350 purchases or $100 off purchases of $500 or more. The promotion will run through December 23 and can be applied towards the Moto X (2014).
If you're tempted by a Moto 360 smartwatch, AT&T will be stocking it from November 7 for $250. It'll also knock $50 off that price if you buy it in a bundle with the new 2014 version of the Moto X smartphone.
Sick of punching in your PIN code? You'll love the VivoLnk Digital Tattoo, which uses NFC to unlock your Moto X smartphone with nothing more than a tap. Aesthetically, it's a little challenging though.