Motorola has two very attractive phones out this fall — the Nexus 6 and the Moto X — but its most intriguing handset might be the Droid Turbo, a Verizon exclusive with high-end specs and a huge battery.
According to an FCC filing, a Motorola device named Quark is most likely headed to Verizon soon. The device will support Motorola’s new Turbo Charging feature.
Motorola’s Touchless Control software gained a new trick on the Moto X and Verizon Droid phones: You can now say “OK Google Now, what’s up?” to hear a quick summary of your unread notifications.
Considering switch from iOS to Android? The newest Motorola phones are solid choices and Motorola makes it easy to get your contacts and calendar events migrated from iCloud to your new handset.
Want to know what’s inside the new Droids? Verizon and Motorola preferred to discuss what the trio of new handsets can do, not what makes them tick. That’s a smart, refreshing strategy when it comes to Android.
Verizon announced a new family of Droid devices Tuesday in New York, and here’s our live blog of the event as it unfolded.
HTC is going big with a stunning 1080p 5-inch Droid DNA, which will be offered through Verizon Wireless. The $199 device puts out 440 pixels per inch, sports a Snapdragon quad-core processor and also includes wireless charging.
Motorola explained why certain smartphones and tablets it makes won’t be getting the Google Android 4.0 software update. Not all Motorola device owners are happy though; especially those that bought a Droid 3 in the past 10 months. These folks are stuck on Android 2.3.
Verizon announced its latest Android smartphone: it will offer the HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE in the coming weeks. This is Verizon’s 23rd LTE smartphone and appears to be a blend of the HTC One S and One X found on T-Mobile and AT&T.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 7.7 is in the house as is the Asus Transformer Prime with Ice Cream Sandwich. Hear early impressions on these new tablets from Matt and Kevin, along with thoughts on Nokia’s Windows Phone performance to date. Plus a good Android browser gets better!