Showing posts with label Motorola. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Motorola. Show all posts

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

5 Reasons Why Moto G5 is Worth the Wait

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Since the time Motorola has fallen in the hand of Chinese smartphone giant Lenovo Motorola is opting for competitive pricing, more incredible specs but at the same time keeping up with its core design and tradition. Despite of being thrown into among some of the more popular and high performing brands like Sony, HTC and Samsung but Motorola has come unscathed as one of the most trusted brand in the world.

Motorola G4 was a mid-ranger which kick right punches last year and remained competitive in the onslaught of multiple offering from varied brand at the same price points. Motorola has set high hopes with its next generation of the Moto G5 which will help in gaining commendable traction in the next few months before market starts saturating with similar offerings. Motorola will be launching this smartphone at the MWC in Barcelona on 26th February. Here are five key points which showcases that waiting for G5 will be the eight choice for the interested buyers.

Moto G5 high performing hardware

Moto G5 will feature Snapdragon 625 processor clocked at 2.0 GHz and this will help Moto in giving direct competition to the Xiaomi’s popular Redmi Note 4. Moto G5 will come with 2GB RAM but no confirmation has been made about 3GB and 4GB variant so far.

Moto G5 bright and lively display for consumers

Motorola has opted for Samsung successful and vibrant AMOLED panels for this particular smartphone. The last Moto G4 Plus came with the usual IPS panel but we are likely to get AMOLED screen for Moto G5 Plus. Quite incidentally a number of OEMs are opting for Samsung OLED screens instead of usual LCD or IPS panels due to ability to bring a captivating smartphone display experience for the end users. Lenovo went with Super AMOLED display for its mid end P2 smartphone so it is being speculated that Motorola will also opt for the same in G5 Plus. It might also happen that Motorola simply goes with the IPS panel in order to remain competitive by keeping the price down.

Metal unibody design is here to stay in Moto G5

Motorola is opting for all metal finish for the G5 line up. This is a great boost for the its flagship smartphone which till last year shipped with the plastic design but new metal deign brings a premium feel and elegance to the smartphone.

Turbo charge will be there in Moto G5

On battery side Motorola will be bringing a 2800 mAh and 3000 mAh on Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus respectively. Both of these smartphone will come with Turbo Charging support which happens to be Lenovo’s home grown fast charging technology allowing users to charge their device within a short time. The best thing about Mto G5 range is that Lenovo is willing to ship these devices with a bundled Turbo charger.
Camera upgrade is worth talking about

Moto G5 will come with a 12/13 MP rapid focus camera at the rear with Sony IMX362 sensor and complimented with f/1.2 aperture and PDAF while a 5 MP camera will be set for selfies.

Monday, 27 June 2016

Motorola’s Newest Phone Moto Z Force Is Rugged and Super Thin

Moto Z

Motorola’s Flagship Handset –Moto Z/Moto Z Force


Struggling smartphone maker Motorola will be releasing two flagship handsets, the Moto Z together with the luxurious Moto Z Force. The two designs portrays the parent company of Moto, Lenovo embracing the modular smartphone trend.Ashton Kutcher, Lenovo product engineer, while pacing the stage at a press event in San Francisco, had called the Moto Z` a redesign of the phone from the ground up’ associating it to ground-breaking Motorola handsets such as the StarTac and Razr.

The handsets did not look as innovative as those market-upending devices. The latest Moto Z is made from military aircraft-grade aluminium and stainless less and is durable yet razor thin. It provides high-end specs, 5.5-inch Quad HD display, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB of RAM and 32 GB or 64 GB of storage inside together with lightning fast charging. It also has a 13-megapixel camera towards the back as well as a 5-migapixel sensor in front and is simple 5.2mm thick. One can also get more space for pictures, videos and apps by adding a microSD card up to 2 TB. After the first Droid Razr, this is the next phone in that line.

Has ShatterShield Technology


The front facing 5MP camera comprises of a wide-angle lens which seems great in accommodating friends in an image and with an additional flash on the front, the image looks it’s best even in insufficient light. The Z Force is said to have the ShatterShield technology of Motorola which means that even if the phone is dropped on a marble floor or thrown across, it does not seem to break.

The Z Force tends to represent all the best Droid ideas, unbreakable screen, super-thin body as well as the customization of the Moto X. The Moto Moda seems to be the real selling point and on attaching an accessory the 16-pin port towards the back of the phone, the Z tends to become something novel.

A projector known as InstaShare tends to make the phone large though adds a big battery and kickstand, turning the phone into a wall-sized screen. A speaker has mentioned that it is another built with JBL. It is essential to note that Google’s modular smartphone initiative, Project Ara, had begun as a Motorola project. The spirit has not left even if Ara did.


However, the Moto Z phones does not seem to be quite modular the way Project Ara tends to be where Ara phones enables you to swap screens, cameras as well as batteries. The approach of Motorola is somewhat like what LG did with its latest G5, wherein one tends to plug extra modules in an already complete phone.

Moreover, Motorola tends to have an easier switching mechanism and Moto Mods seems to be a better name for the modules than the LG’s `Friends’.The Moto Z will be arriving this summer for Verizon customers, while the others would be getting it later in the year. Motorola has been working with the developers in building mods and envisages everything from huge battery to a laptop dock to a virtual keyboard. The arena is the same as the other modular phone.

Saturday, 21 May 2016

Leaks point to two 2016 Moto X phones with modular add ons


Moto X

Leaks reveal that the upcoming Moto X series could up the ante for competitors 

Motorola faced a terrible phase back in 2012 when Android and iPhone won penchant in the market, and Moto failed to compete against the leading manufacturers. However, this international company faced a turning point when Google oversaw the launch of new and improved Moto X series. With Motorola now acquired by Lenovo there are a host of features in the Moto X that is liable to undergo a series of drastic changes. One of the top trends of 2016 is modular phones which is something to be looked forward to with regard to Moto X now.

Some major tweaks are in the offing: 

One of the major revelations is changes to the way looks are likely to undergo tweaks in the Moto X range. One of the major leaks the Moto X range will undergo some serous changes in terms of its look. The flat metal back panel was not much preferred by the Motorola fanatics, and the absence of the Moto dimple made it look even shoddier. Rather, people had expected the Moto X with a panel of curved plastic, leather or wood like finish and hence there has been a re though on this aspect. The dimple was preferred primarily because it allowed a decent finger hold and allowed for a hand held stability.

There was also a leak about the bottom rear panel having connected modular system called amps. Similar accessory attachments have been seen on the LG G5; however the Moto X is slated to be much superior in this respect. This accessory attachment allows one to change from a camera grip to a hi-fi audio module. All in all compared to the G5 the Moto X changes a much more user friendly.

Major enhancements could give competitors a run: 

Reliable sources have disclosed the news that there will be some new and enhanced attachments in the Moto X series. These include a pico projector, extraordinary camera module, optical zooming, and a simple and trendy cover available with the handset itself, stereo speakers, handy battery pack and wide angle camera lens with sturdy case. Leaks have also confirmed that to make it even more user friendly, the accessories can be snapped onto device with any rebooting. The Amps can be fixed onto the rear of the mobile device, and they would be held in place with the help of magnets.

Motorola never fails to surprise its fans, and thus will be launching two different handsets this year will the advanced add-ons. The Moto X Vertex will have Snapdragon 625, 1080p AMOLED, 5.5 inch screen, along with a 3GB Ram. The Moto X Vertex thin will have the flagship 1440p AMOLED, 5.5 inch, a startling 4 GB Ram, and Snapdragon 820. The Vertex thin is super slim, 5.5 mm and thus will have a 2600 mAh battery, however the Vertex will have 3500 mAh and is thicker, 7mm. the latest feature incorporated in both the handsets will be the finger print sensor that will be present on the bottom front of the devices. Even though Vertex comes will 2600 mAh, users can purchase battery Amps for convenience.

Monday, 3 August 2015

Motorola Launches New Moto X Range, Next Generation Moto G


Moto G
Motorola is all set to give competition to the rivals who had aggressively introduced new mid budget phones at affordable price points. Motorola has launched its successful flagship Moto G and Moto X Smartphone to compete both at the low and high end of the highly competitive Smartphone market. Motorola has introduced two new versions of its high end Moto X and a new version of Moto G Smartphone. With this it is taking head on against the popular products from rival Chinese manufactures and esteemed Samsung and Apple brands.

The new Moto G brings more features at low price point

The earlier version of Moto G launched in 2013 showed how a great Smartphone experience can be provided at a low price point. But this time around Motorola had even better by bring enhanced specifications at affordable range without comprising on the user experience. Moto G offer irresistible user experience coupled with amazing specifications, which a consumer can think about.

Moto G comes in 2GB RAM and 16GB Internal storage as well as 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage variants. Moto G new version is dust and water resistant, supports dual Sim cards and both can be used to access 4G connectivity. It comes up with a large 5-inch HD IPS display screen including Corning Gorilla Glass protection. The latest stock Android Lollipop will found on this device. This device is motorized by 1.4GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor. The cameras are also upgraded to 13 Megapixel on the back with dual flash and 5 megapixel snapper at the front.

Moto X Style Steps up the high end Smartphone user experience

Moto X Style is an enhanced and beautiful version of the flagship Smartphone which is coupled with a highly powerful hardware under the hood. It features a QHD screen display of 5.7 inches coupled with latest powerful Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 Hexa core processor and Android 5.0 OS. Motorola has clocked this premium processor at 1.8 GHZ to provide an exceptional performance in handling multi tasking. Moto Styles offers 3GB of RAM and comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB storage variants along with external storage expansion support via MicroSD card.

Motorola has laced the Moto X Style with a 21 megapixel front camera having dual CCT flash with capability of shooting videos at 4K resolution. For selfie Moto X have 5 megapixel snapper. Moto X Style has a marathon battery of 3000mAh, which can provide 30 hours of standby in a single charge. On connectivity front, it has 4G LTE, 3G, WiFi and other options.

Moto X Play: a commendable upgrade over last year’s model 

Moto X Play's features a 5.5-inch display of FHD 1080p screen and comes loaded with a 3630mAh battery. Moto X comes with latest Android Lollipop 5.1 coupled with 2GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage. A similar camera of 21-mega pixel and 5 megapixel selfie cameras will be found on the device.

Motorola flagships Moto X Smartphone are serious contenders to take on the likes of premium devices launched by the Apple and Samsung in the recent past.

Monday, 13 October 2014

Moto X Voice Commands


Moto X
Once your Moto X is trained to recognize your voice, you can use several different voice commands and it does not need you to touch your phone. Simply say the command together in one phrase and Touchless Control will process the command and does the relevant thing.

To enable Touchless control, open the notification panel by swiping down from the top of your Moto X screen, and select the option Touchless Control. You will then enter the Touchless Control setup and then train the Touchless control with your voice. First and the most important command you got to keep in mind is “ok google, help me” - say this to open a set of commands you can say to the phone.

First, you need to train your phone in a quiet place and then the phone will recognize you when you speak either in a quiet place or in a noisy place. This is achieved through a software called crystal talk. Some of the commands are
  • Call “contact” - to make a phone call to a person, replace the contact in the command with the name of the person.
  • Navigate to “location” - to get directions to the location name given in the command.
  • Text “contact” - to send a message to a person, replace the contact in the command with the name of the person.
  • Remember “meeting tomorrow at 2″ - to set reminders
  • Schedule “an appointment on the 21st of this month at 3 p.m.” - Schedule appointments
  • Play “song” - Play music & movies
  • Set “alarm for 6 in the morning” - Set alarms
  • Open “calendar app” - Opens google calendars application
  • Post to Google + “blah blah…” - Post Google+ update
  • Goodnight - Turns on the Sleeping do-not-disturb mode in Moto Assist
  • Take a selfie - This will turn on the front-facing camera and count down from three.
  • Talk to me - Will read incoming calls and texts for half an hour.
  • Take a photo - Starts the rear camera.
You can ask questions like “what is the temperature today?”, “where is googleplex?”. This machine has the answer to most of your questions.

The “What’s up?” command reads out aloud the notifications from the notification bar. After reading the items are marked read. If the “what’s up?” command did not work as expected, try saying “Read Notifications” command.

If you are worried that your notifications are being read aloud when you are out hanging with others, you can reduce the detail of reading the notification by activating the Notification details and turning off the setting. The Moto X’s Touchless Control can be useful when your hands are busy or when you want to remember something important and you are in a situation of need of information.

Many examples are there when the Touchless control will be useful. Some of them are while driving a car, when you want to find your phone, to set reminders when your hands are busy with some other work or when you are in a position to not to be able to use your hands to touch the phone and mostly will be useful for blind people.

Thursday, 28 August 2014

Moto X+1: Anticipation from Motorola’s Forthcoming Flagship Device

Moto X+1
Motorola: - The Revival

Motorola has revived its reputation once again as a tech giant following major changes in its ownership & management. It rocked the smartphone universe last year following the releases of: Moto G, Moto E & Moto X. All three devices were unique in their own respect & earned wide acclaim among users upon its release. Moto E was well known for its budget friendly yet feature packed package, Moto G for being a mid range behemoth & Moto X for combining finesse with innovation & simplicity. This year also, Motorola has promised its users at least 3 devices, an upgraded version of the bestseller Moto G, an Android powered smart-wear & Moto X+1.


Moto X+1: -

Following the release of Moto X, Motorola techies realized the need of a much more powerful as well as sophisticated device available at an affordable price to compete with the likes of smartphone giants like Samsung & Apple. Thus the Moto X+1 was born. A detailed description regarding the expected features of this device has been presented below. 

Hardware Specifications: -The Moto X was powered by a 1.7 GHz Krait processor, which handled all applications decently. The Moto X+1 on the other hand is rumoured to be driven by either an over-clocked Snapdragon (at 2.45 GHz) 800 quad-core processor or its successor, The Snapdragon 801. It will be complemented by 2 gigabytes of RAM hoping that would allow the device to chew through processing operations with ease, thereby improving user experience. The GPU unit is also likely to be improved, as the device is known to sport an Adreno 330 unit.

Camera: - a 12MP/13MP primary camera is rumoured to be present on the device complimented by a 2MP secondary camera. HD recording feature is also likely to be available.

Screen & Storage: - Screen size is likely to be increased to a 5.2-inch Full HD display providing a visually delightful experience. An AMOLED display will be used along with the standard Corning Gorilla Glass 3 providing the screen the much necessary muscle to withstand daily rigors of life. 2 versions of the devices are likely to be available in terms of storage: a 16GB one & a 32 GB one.

 • Design: - Reports suggest the design of Moto X+1 would be largely based on its predecessor in terms of ergonomics & structure. Though larger in size, it should be comfortable to handle. Some unique customizations along a symmetrical dual speaker at the top is likely to be present on the device.

Software: - The device is likely to be powered by the latest Android OS, i.e. Kitkat 4.4.4. As usual, a revamped UI combined with some unique & innovative tweaks should be present as well.

Price: - 

Though Motorola has always aimed to manufacture budget friendly devices, Moto X+1is rumoured to command at least a minimum price of $400, though upgraded versions are likely to cost more.

Though it is confirmed that, Motorola is going to announce Moto X+1 on 4th September this year, release dates haven’t been confirmed yet with reports suggesting that the device is likely to be released it the slot of 10-25th September. Well known for its products, customers are eagerly waiting for the release of Motorola’s this year’s flagship device & one can only hope that it’s worth the wait.

Friday, 22 August 2014

Moto X+1 Front Panel Design Trickled


Moto X+1
With Motorola (which is now powered by Google) making a comeback in the mobile market with its 3 phone model Moto E, Moto G and Moto X, time has now come for a phone with improved ultimate features that will now raise the Motorola flagships as high as possible. And that phone as per Motorola’s announcements is Moto X+1, which will be Moto X+1’s successor.

But, I’ve got a good news for everyone who is interested in knowing more about the phone, even before getting unveiled on September, we have in store for you the leaked front panel pictures and discussion of the Moto X+1

All about Moto X+1

After the successful release of Moto X, Motorola announced its successor Moto X+1. It was aforementioned to come with a box full of amazing features. A 5.2-inch full HD touchscreen, with a 5 finger touch support, two QUALCOMM Snapdragon 800 processors, a powerful graphic processor sporting a Qualcomm Adreno 330. A RAM of 2 GB, with an internal memory of 24 GB (giga bytes) it has a lot other features that might take it to earn a notable position in the market. Not only it also houses a 2 cm front camera and a 12-mega pixel rear camera both having the capability to click full HD pictures and videos.

Here’s Some Insight On The Leaked Information

It was said that Moto X+1 would house a 5.2 inch screen which would be obviously bigger than its predecessor Moto X, and that doubt was undoubtedly very much cleared after the leaked information got out.

There was a great confusion in knowing the processor being in the new Moto X+1, as it was said in the benchmarks that it would either a Snapdragon 801 or 805. But thanks to leak, if not the processor, a good outlook of the basic features of the phone’s panel could be well evident.

The front panel of the Moto X+1 houses a 1080p Full HD screen of 5.2 inches is an improvement on its predecessor which had a 720p screen of 4.7 inches. The rounded pebble shape of Moto X is still being retained in Motorola’s new phone. It is rounded but the design of the speakers similar to that it’s budget phone Moto E which also sported a front facing speaker.

Despite the blunt look of Motorola phones, the phone market could not get affected much because of the mouth-watering specifications of Moto X, and so shall it be for Moto X+1.

Some Expectations We Have From the Predecessor

We all believe this phone will also lead up to the expectations and level of its previous phones. Moto Maker, which was originally started a long time ago with a motive to carve out triumph in individualising the handsets in pre-purchase process. This concept is sure to be followed in Moto X+1, and will continue to have its effect in countries worldwide such as UK and Germany where its flagships are finally met with.

Thus, with Moto X+1’s front panel leak, it spurred out excitement even more , and made everyone all the more impatient as we now have to wait for the phone to get released, for the normal crowd to own this priced possession.

Saturday, 18 January 2014

Moto G Review


Moto G
Motorola to regain its position in market has launched Motorola G. The best making of Motorola experienced at Moto G at affordable price compared to the previous one Moto D. Motorola join hands with Google and Google stamps prevails all over them to share surprise in common. For all you Motorola lovers, this will be a best choice to afford.

Fundamentals: 

• Display resolution is 1280x720 at 4.5-inch, 326ppi Display.

• Memory storage up to 8 or 16G, therefore you can play with app in market and many more music.

• A good camera quality produced at 5MP rear camera and supports 1.3MP front-facing.

• To deal up with Wi-Fi connection it provides 802.11n, supports HSDPA over mobile internet.

• Bluetooth is configured at version 4.0.

Pros

• If you afford to get excellent mobile at low price, this with no surprise offers you the best.


Design

At first it is not going to offer a comfort zone, but on usage it offers you the best and similar to the model of iPhone 3G and iPhone 3G. The problem prevailing with Moto G states that, it is hard to remove back case whenever you need to switch to different. Micro USB port is really hard to middle up.An average customer feels it annoying unless he is used to it. Else other than this it feels a good design is offered.

Features

Moto G is not compromised with the features available in it. If offers many unique features such as Moto Care, for instance that offer technical support through message or phone. This tends to provide Driving, meeting, sleeping at different mode that surely excites you.

Motorola Migrate offers to get old setting, text message, call history, media and lots more once you change over to another phone.

Performance

This isn’t that smart compared to other phone but while using it, offers really smooth and quick OS operations. Considering this speech recognition also works out in same manner availing with accuracy. Owing to this advantage the cons of this product is it lags speed while using the browsers.Camera on Moto G isn’t that good, but sense as if ok on normal instance.

Display

Motorola has really worked out to bring a better screen at instance. It is not full HD, but clarity provided is worthwhile for money you offered to get that. 326ppi Display is used which looks similar iPhone 3G. High bar pixel density is provides as Apple has provided in iPhone 5s.

Battery

Battery backup decides to be the braking factor to purchase a phone. This situation is made ease by Moto G offering a good battery backup. It seems phone has got around three days on average which seems really to be crazy for smart phone.

Bottom Line

Motorola has really proven its potential on designing Moto G. Though it performs less than Moto X released by Google, Moto G makes a surprise mark in place of Moto X owing to its price. This phone may not be a priority to others, but consider while traveling it is better to prefer for Moto G.

Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Motorola Put On Do It Yourself Smartphone



Ara Project

Ara Project
At Smartphones touting solutions All- in-One, Motorola wants to make a different solution, which would leave the choice to the users to adjust their mobile at their convenience. Looks like a gamble? Isn’t it? Motorola has announced that one of its development teams, the "Ara Project” team was currently developing open hardware platform, designed to allow the creation of flexible Smartphones.

It is nothing but do it yourself Smartphone. From Motorola, you can select everything that you wanted to “do for the hardware that the Android platform has done for software." It's ambitious, but also risky: create a third ecosystem of hardware is not easy, although this decision may eventually allow, entering the Smartphone market versatile and customized to the extreme.


The user could have access to a Smartphone designed for its use, with features that deliberately selected at a price commensurate with his budget. Of course, the idea is not new, but it is currently found no real response from the general public. Maybe the strike force of Motorola, passed under the umbrella of Google, could allow it to perpetuate the idea? On our side, would you be willing to yield to the call of such a motive, shaped according to our needs and want?

Saturday, 27 July 2013

Motorola Droid renews its range with three models



Combined with Verizon; Motorola this week unveiled the Droid Ultra Maxx and Mini. The first relies on the fineness of the design of its 5-inch display, while the Droid Maxx announced 48 hours of autonomy. The Droid is back with 3 new models, Motorola announced yesterday. First there is the Droid Ultra equipped with a 5-inch HD and a 10 megapixel sensor and displays a thickness of 7.2 millimeters. Then comes the Droid Maxx has the same 5-inch display, but that is all about self with supposed to provide 48 hours of battery power of 3500 mAh. The Droid Mini finally positioned on the waist with a 4.3-inch AMOLED screen. These Smartphones using a system on a chip X8 Mobile Computing System developed by Motorola. The SoC contains 8 cores with 4 dedicated graphics applications and is only used to manage the passive voice recognition system which is found in the Moto X also. This chip is based on the Qualcomm Krait architecture, but Motorola has not said by whom it is made. The three Smartphones will be available exclusively from Verizon from 20 August to $ 299 for the Droid Maxx, 199 dollars for the Droid Ultra and $ 99 for the Droid Mini with a two-year subscription. It remains unclear when these models will be available!

Sunday, 7 July 2013

Google Smartphone Moto X comes soon!



With the Moto X, Motorola is working on the first Smartphone that was developed in close conjunction with Google. The mobile phone is to score by a "Made in the U.S." stamp and be individualized bar. On the tech conference D11, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside was sitting on the podium. In an interview with journalists, he confirmed rumors that they are working on a Smartphone called Moto X. It will be released in October along with other mobile phones by the manufacturer. The CEO flirted with having the phone in your pocket, but not to be able to get it out. He also did not provide any details on the technical equipment, so here the speculation can go on. After all, Woodside announced that the Moto X is assembled in a factory in Texas. The items would not completely come from the U.S. The processor, for example, comes from Taiwan and the OLED screens from Korea. In addition, the Smartphone should have numerous sensors and remember, for example, when it is pulled out of a pocket by force in the car at around 100 kilometers per hour even then the driver can use it. It is the first Smartphone that allows you to design and personalize it. Because you should now have the freedom to make the things in your life so that they are as unique as you are "These sentences applying the new Motorola Moto X. According to Sources, there are no major breakthroughs in terms of personalization: Buyer can choose the color of the Smartphone and rear of the frame at the Moto X.

Moreover, it should be possible to engrave the shell individually and installed special wallpapers to have. Other than that few suspected that the Moto X will not be available on the Google developer conference I / O in May. So remains uncertain whether it will be the first device to the next version of Android (codenamed "Key Lime Pie" lime pie). The mobile phone with at least a 4.5-inch touch screen according to the report would not belong to the Nexus devices, but mark the beginning of a new sub-brand of Google. However, the graphical user interface should be designed similar to the Nexus models. In addition, the Moto X would have new features that occur, for example in competition with S-Beam and S Voice of Siri from Apple or Samsung. The ranks of the top Smartphones currently run Apple with the iPhone, Samsung with the Galaxy S4 and HTC with the HTC one.

 A report by the World Street Journal to the Google subsidiary Motorola is working to change that. The new super phone started with the working title "X Phone" and will represent the first rumors that the competition in terms of technical equipment in the shade. The project gets backing from like Google CEO Larry Page, who called the Motorola team to "think big". A significant step forward is for example to make the camera. Also is experimenting with new materials. The developers are trying among other things to a flexible display and a ceramic housing. The challenge is to find ideas that are not yet implemented by Samsung, Apple and others or in planning - and to integrate technology that sucks not empty the battery even faster.

Sunday, 2 June 2013

Google Working On Smartphone Moto X


Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has confirmed that the mobile phone manufacturer purchased by Google is working on a new Smartphone called the Moto X and wants to produce it in the U.S. itself. At the tech conference Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside was sitting on the podium. In an interview with journalists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, he confirmed rumors that they are working on a Smartphone called Moto X. It should appear in October, along with other mobile phones by the manufacturer. He also did not provide any details on the technical equipment, so that here the speculation can go on.

 After all, Woodside announced that the Moto X is assembled in a factory in Forth Worth, Texas. The items would not completely come from the U.S. The processor, for example, comes from Taiwan and the OLED screens from Korea. In addition, the Smartphone should have numerous sensors and remember, for example, when it is pulled out of a pocket or force in the car at around 100 kilometers per hour by the driver to a safe use.

TechRadar suspected Motorola introduced the Moto X will not be available on the Google developer conference I / O in May. So remains uncertain whether it will be the first device to the next version of Android (codenamed "Key Lime Pie" lime pie). The mobile phone with at least a 4.5-inch touch screen according to the report would not belong to the Nexus devices, but mark the beginning of a new sub-brand of Google. However, the graphical user interface should be designed similar to the Nexus models. In addition, the Moto X would have new features that occur, for example in competition with S-Beam and S Voice of Siri from Apple or Samsung.

Friday, 3 June 2011

The Motorola Unveils Droid 3

The German blog PhonePad released three videos featuring the Motorola Droid 3, not yet fully revealed.