If you were to pick any phone that offers pure, stock Android, what would it be? The monstrous Nexus 6? Maybe the more pocketable Nexus 5? Or perhaps you’d be thinking of the OnePlus One? But there’s another phone that you probably haven’t thought about which belonging to this small family of purists, a phone that has mostly gone unnoticed within Singapore shores: the Moto X.
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As has become customary with Google, big announcements usually just… appear. No keynote, no fanfare, nothing of the sort Apple is doing for their iPad event tomorrow. And as was with the case with the Nexus 5, their new devices are just… here.
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Better late than never. Though in Motorola’s case, its Moto X is almost a year late into the market.
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Motorola is going to release a smartwatch this year, according to a Twitter status, and senior vice president Rick Osterloh himself. Read past the fold for more details.
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With the launch of Xiaomi’s Redmi in just one day, we here at Twenty First Tech have decided to give you a run-down of early 2014’s cheapest smartphones. Today, we are going to compare the Xiaomi Redmi to Motorola’s wildly popular budget offering – the Moto G.
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Motorola is holding an event on 14 January, Tuesday, in London, and rumours have appeared of a plausible Moto X launch in the United Kingdom, and possibly, Europe as well. This is good news for consumers in UK, as the Moto X has been exclusive to the United States so far since its launch in August.
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The Moto X has taken another bold step forward in its ad campaign, this time bringing interactive ads to printed material. The smartphone introduced by Motorola in August may not be the most powerful machine in the market, but its … Continue reading Moto X interactive print ad in Wired Magazine