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Folding smartphones have proven challenging for hardware makers, but they have been forging ahead nonetheless with little sign of slowing down. It is not just Samsung and Huawei or getting in on the action either. Motorola, one of the most iconic brands in the cell phone space, is said to be gearing up to debut a folding smartphone of its own. Not to be confused with a flip phone, this modern day Razr handset would be in the general mold of a Galaxy Fold or Mate X (though obviously not a carbon copy of either model). A person who is apparently close to Motorola told CNET to expect the company to announced the folding Razr phone before the end of the year. This is presumably a dual effort—Motorola... Read more...
With smartphone pricing getting out of hand (the Galaxy Note 10+ starts at $1,099), it's nice to know that some manufacturers -- like OnePlus -- are making flagship smartphones available at more palatable price (the OnePlus 7 Pro is priced from $669). But for some people, even that is a lot to spend on a device that will be mainly used for surfing the web, texting, and making phone calls. That's where Motorola comes in. Motorola has always prided itself on making affordable smartphones with its G and E Series devices, and that tradition extends to the Moto G7. The smartphone typically retails for $299, which is already a great price, but it can be had now for half price if you activate... Read more...
Everything old is new again, including the iconic Motorola Razr. Motorola has confirmed that it has a folding smartphone in the works, and we've not only seen patent drawings of the reimagined Razr, but also supposed leaked renders of the incoming smartphone. We're now learning that the new Razr will actually launch in the United States this December and that it will have a price tag of $1,500. The smartphone's European launch will reportedly come "soon" after its initial debut stateside. It's also rumored that the Razr will unfortunately land -- at least initially -- as a Verizon exclusive. Interestingly enough, both the Samsung Galaxy Fold and the Huawei Mate X were announced... Read more...
Motorola has a history of delivering Android smartphones that are packed with features, but don't break the bank. The latest entry from the company is the Moto One Action, which reserves its most innovative feature for its video recording capabilities. Like many flagship smartphones available today, the Moto One Action has a triple camera setup on the rear. There is a 12MP primary sensor with phase detection autofocus along with a 5MP depth camera for adding effects like natural blur for portrait shots. But where the magic comes into play is with the addition of a 117-degree ultra-wide-angle action video camera. This ultra-wide-angle camera gives you shots more in line with that you'd see... Read more...
Motorola has a pair of new smartphones coming soon, and some details on the devices have leaked from reputable leakers. The smartphones are the Motorola One Zoom and the Motorola One Pro. The devices are variants of the same smartphone and details were leaked by Evan Blass and Roland Quandt, both notable for their accuracy with smartphone leaks. Both the Motorola One Zoom and Motorola One Pro have the same design with thin bezels and a back with a blocky, rectangular raised area that has four lenses. The leaked details claim that the primary sensor will be a 48MP unit, and there are ultra-wide and telephoto lens to help add versatility to photo taking. The Motorola logo that is directly under... Read more...
Let's face it; not everyone needs to buy a flagship smartphone these days to check their email or browse the internet. Even "value-laden" flagships like the OnePlus 7 Pro start at $669. For those that can get by with much less, Motorola continues to crank out budget phones that can be had for well below $200.  The company's latest entry-level device is the sixth generation Moto E smartphone, aptly named the Moto E6. Given its low price, you won't find fancy aluminum or steel construction, but instead a highly durable plastic chassis that is splash resistant. When it comes to the display, there’s a 5.5-inch LCD with a lowly resolution of 1440x720 (18:9 ratio). Likewise,... Read more...
Motorola has just released its 2019 flagship device, and there aren't many surprises considering that the device leaked in full earlier this month. While the design aesthetic is familiar, the Moto Z4 actually shrinks the bezels compared to its Moto Z3 predecessor and adds a 19:9 OLED display with a small centrally-mounted teardrop notch. The Moto Z3 came to the market in 2018 with a year-old Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor when other devices had adopted the Snapdragon 845. The Moto Z4 also doesn't go with the latest and greatest SoC for 2019, which just so happens to be the Snapdragon 855. Instead, the Moto Z4 uses the Snapdragon 675, which is a mid-range octa-core SoC paired... Read more...
Motorola is expanding its smartphone family once again, this time with the announcement of the One Vision. As its name implies, this smartphone is running Google's pared down Android One operating system. The One Vision breaks away from the design themes that we've seen from previous "One" smartphones and does away with the centrally-mounted display notch. Instead, the smartphone uses a single punch hole “CinemaVision” display, similar to what you'd see on the Samsung Galaxy S10e. That cutout houses a 25-megapixel selfie camera if you’re into that sort of thing. Speaking of the CinemaVision display, it measures 6.3 inches diagonally and has a 21:9 aspect ratio. As for the resolution,... Read more...
Last month, we got our first glimpse of the Motorola Moto Z4 in the form of somewhat blurry images showing both the front and rear of the device. Today, we're getting high resolution images of the smartphone from every angle courtesy of Evan Blass. The first thing that caught our attention is that Motorola has brought back the headphone jack at the bottom of the device. Motorola unceremoniously ditched the headphone jack with the Moto Z and has since been absent on Motorola's "flagship" phones. Judging by the pogo pins on the back, we can also see that Motorola is still sticking with its Moto Mods system of add-on accessories (something that it promised from the onset of the Moto Z... Read more...
Way back in the day before smartphones were even a thing. the phone that everyone wanted was the Motorola Razr. All these years later it's easily the sexiest of the flip phones. Rumors have been swirling that Motorola is set to bring the Razr flip phone back to the masses as a folding screen smartphone. A leak last month pointed to a Snapdragon 710 SoC and a 6.2-inch folding display. New images have leaked that allege to be the folding screen smartphone, and it does look like leaked line art images we have seen in the past. The new images were leaked on Weibo from a user caleld @JJUT_, and the original post was deleted shortly after being shared. As with anything that turns up on the internet,... Read more...
Motorola's long-running Moto Z series of smartphones is ready for its customary yearly makeover. According to a new leak, the Moto Z4 is the newest member of the family and will come equipped with a 6.4-inch Full HD OLED panel with a waterdrop notch and in-display fingerprint sensor. Last year's Moto Z3 was somewhat underwhelming -- as a flagship -- since it debuted with the already outdated Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC when contemporary phones were already using the Snapdragon 845. This time around, the Moto Z4 still isn't using flagship-caliber hardware. Instead, it's said to use the Snapdragon 675, which sits at the upper end of Qualcomm's mid-range SoC family. There are reportedly... Read more...
Some details have leaked about the next Android One smartphone coming from Motorola; the device is tipped to be called the Motorola One Vision in most markets and the Motorola P40 in China. The rumor claims that the smartphone will run the Samsung Exynos 9610 SoC that is found on board Samsung's Galaxy A50. The image you see below is a rendering leaked by Tigermobiles that shows the same design as previous renders that leaked via other sources. The renders confirm that the front camera will peek through a hole punch display, and it has been noted that the phone will have a 48MP rear camera. The screen is a 6.2-inch unit, and the front camera is in the top left corner of the screen. The rear camera... Read more...
When it comes to folding smartphones, there are two entries that have been brought to the tablet by mainstream OEMs: the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X. The devices pack large folding s and are powered by burly octa-core processors; the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 on the former, and the Kirin 980 on the latter. However, each of those smartphones is priced through the stratosphere. The Galaxy Fold carries a price tag of $1,980, while the Mate X will set you back a whopping $2,600. Motorola may be going for the more practical approach with its upcoming RAZR remake, as witnessed by the specs that the folks over at XDA-Developers were able to dig up on the folding... Read more...
Motorola first announced its Moto Z3 flagship Android smartphone back in early August, and at the time claimed that it would be among the first smartphones available with 5G connectivity. However, this connectivity wasn't embedded directly into the phone; it comes via the 5G Moto Mod accessory that attaches magnetically to the back of the smartphone. It's been a long time since that initial introduction to the Moto Z3 -- and our hands-on review -- but Motorola and Verizon are finally ready to market the 5G Moto Mod accessory. Beginning tomorrow, March 14th, you'll be able to preorder the 5G Moto Mod from Verizon at a cost of just $50. This $50 pricing is just a limited time... Read more...
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