Popular Motorola Articles for 2015
Put simply: starting at $180 unlocked, the third-generation Motorola Moto G is the epitome of “bang for your buck.”
The Moto X Pure Edition is a frills-free Android flagship that starts at just $400. Does the low cost and basic-is-better approach make it worth your time and money? Read[...]
A busted display and lousy battery will ruin a smartphone. Motorola claims it has an answer to that with the Droid Turbo 2, featuring a shatter-proof display and 2-day battery.
The smartphone world continues to trend towards the supersized, but all hope needn't be lost for the small-handed. If you're looking for a handset that'll always fit in your pocket,[...]
We take a look at how quickly the many phone makers (and carriers) in the Android world have been to update their devices to Android 5.0 Lollipop. Who's been fast,[...]
The Moto E is a competent, capable smartphone that won't embarrass buyers on a budget. Here's our review.
Three great Android smartphones, but which is the best. It turns out that the best may depend on who's buying.
The 2015 edition of the Moto E is a more affordable version of the Moto X and Moto G. The smartphone has a 4.5-inch screen and 8 GB of internal[...]
The Moto G and Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 might be the two best values on the smartphone market today. We put them head-to-head to see which one might be right[...]
It's a smartwatch and it's round. It's the new Moto 360, a second-generation smartwatch from Motorola, featuring Android Wear.