Category: Motorola


Moto E arrives at Staples Canada for $179 unlocked

We first saw the Moto E way back in May, when Motorola told us that its newest budget smartphone would be available in Canada sometime this summer. Well, sometime is today, because Motorola’s budget Android smartphone has finally arrived. Big box retailer Staples has released the unlocked Moto E and it’s ready to sell for



Moto G successor to allegedly sport 8MP camera

The Moto G is, despite its strong pedigree, beginning to show its age. The device has been on the market for nearly eight months, and Motorola is unlikely to let the momentum for its top-selling smartphone slow anytime soon. So it makes sense that the company is readying a successor, one that sports a similarly-sized screen



Unknown Motorola smartphone leaks running Android L

An image of an unreleased Motorola smartphone has surfaced. According to leaker TKTechNews, this specific Moto device is hooked onto Verizon’s network and is larger than the current Moto X, reportedly coming to market with curved edges and a 1080p display. While it’s unknown what specific Moto device this is, a video shows it running



Motorola pushing out Android 4.4.4 update to Moto E

Motorola hasn’t even released the Moto E across Canada yet, but the company announced today that it would be issuing an update to Android 4.4.4 for the $179.99 device. Part of its continued commitment to keeping its Moto series updated, Motorola is pushing the latest version of Android to its lowest-cost smartphone, sold unlocked and



Motorola updates Connect with new app, phone-finding feature

Motorola has finally given its Connect app for Moto X, Moto G and Moto E the makeover it so sorely needed. Connect 2.0 adds an actual GUI to the Android version of the service, which requires a companion Chrome extension to function. What is Motorola Connect? It was initially conceived as a way to view



Hands-on with the Moto 360 smartwatch (video)

Despite coming out later this summer, the Moto 360 is the star of the Android Wear show, with a large, circular display that promises to show as much information as its square counterpart. While Motorola is not releasing any specs or build material details — they’re saving that for later in the summer when the



Moto X+1 leaks online, shows what it will look like encased

Motorola’s successor to the Moto X is almost here. The device, which is rumoured to be called the Moto X+1, looks to sport a higher-resolution 1080p display and other improved specs over its 4.7-inch predecessor. A new leak by @evleaks shows the Moto X+1 inside a rugged protective case. The overall look seems to be the same as



Winner announced in our Moto G contest!

Update: This contest is now over and we’d like to give a big congratulations to Jessica Marrow who has won this Moto G contest! If this is not you then no worries, more contests are coming in the next few days. Motorola recently announced that the Moto G quickly became its most successful selling smartphone



Motorola updates its Moto boot animation with some football flare

It’s World Cup season, and even the handset manufacturers are getting in on the fun. Motorola recently updated its boot animation with some football flare, morphing the round Motorola logo into a series of three soccer fields. It’s a small update, and a great reminder that Motorola is still trying to delight its customer base