Motorola

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Moto G4 Plus review: From budget to mid-range

Moto G phones are not exciting. They’re not sexy and they’re not powerhouses. But they get the job done, and do it for a reasonable price. Since the line’s launch…

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Moto Z Hands-on: Motorola’s modular future

The X is seemingly gone, having been supplanted by a Z, the last letter of the alphabet, yet signalling a pivot towards something more modularly focused. This is the Moto…

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Moto Z specs and Canadian availability

Lenovo unveiled its latest set of smartphones today, the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force. It’s still unknown if any Canadian carriers will be adding these Android devices to…

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Moto G4 Plus Hands-on: The mid-range phone to watch

After a confusing unveiling last week, the MobileSyrup team got a chance to go hands-on with Motorola’s latest mid-range smartphone, the Moto G4 Plus. I suspect the G4 Plus will…

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‘Moto G4 Plus’ leak appears to show fingerprint sensor

VentureBeat editor and serial leaker Evan Blass tweeted a section of blueprint yesterday evening with the accompanying text: “Moto G4 Plus.” The cropped segment of blueprint appears to show the lower…

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Videotron drops the first-gen Moto 360 price to $129

The first-generation Moto 360 launched in Canada late 2014 and has since been succeeded by the second-gen Moto 360. The smartwatch’s inventory has slowly shrunk at retailers and carriers, and…

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Lenovo confirms Moto G and E will remain in lineup for 2016

Update: As things sometimes do on the broken-telephone world of internet news, Chen Pudong’s statement was mistranslated, and presented here incorrectly. In a statement to us, Lenovo assures us that the…

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Moto 360 Sport now available in Canada

Motorola has launched the latest version of its popular smartwatch in Canada, the Moto 360 Sport. As previously reported, Telus is the first to offer the wearable, with Best Buy stocking…