Posts tagged with: Moto X + 1
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    To say that situation surrounding Motorola's follow-up to the Moto X has become a confusing one might be an understatement. Despite the arrival of videos very clearly depicting an unreleased Motorola Android, we've also seen what appears to be much more of a lower-end model attach itself to rumors of this Moto X+1, making it a bit tricky to work out just which phone's which. Could this higher-end phone be something new altogether, or is Motorola really bumping-up the specs for the Moto X's second coming? There's one new piece to the puzzle for us to look at tonight, as an incomplete ...

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    The technology world is a fast moving one, and hence, there are more than 100 stories we publish on a weekly basis here on Pocketnow. Those include reviews, videos, editorials, news, and more. With this new, weekly series, we're making it easier for you to look back at the most interesting, exciting, and popular topics of the week, in case you missed anything. Look for the Pocketnow Week in Review every Sunday morning. It contains the most popular ten stories of the week printed on the portal, as well as top videos from our YouTube channel. Additionally, you can also find our Pocketnow ...

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    iOS 8 is here –in Beta form, at least– and (surprise, surprise) we've got some opinions. For the last Weekly podcast to begin with a "0," we bring in the big guns to discuss Apple's new platform: a four-man team that includes our resident iOS experts, one of whom joins in from the blazing heat of a car baking in the North Carolina sun just to tell us his take on the iPhone 6 and how it will/won't/might end up being a phablet. Of course we don't stop with Apple: a panoply of mobile devices, from the LG G3 to the Galaxy S5 Active to the Motorola X+1, awaits our speculation, adulation, ...

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    Earlier this afternoon, we checked in with some of the most recent Windows Phone rumors as we looked at a report mentioning development codenames for a number of Nokia handsets, extending all the way into late 2015. Now we're crossing the tracks over to the Android side of town, as we learn about some Motorola codenames popping up in the company's own software. Motorola's Bug2Go app contains a laundry list of devices, identified by codenames. Like the Vanquish you see in these screenshots below? That's the phone that ended up launching as the RAZR HD. But some of these codenames don't line ...

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    There were a lot of reasons to be excited about the Moto X when Motorola introduced the phone last summer, and one of its more unusual claims to fame was that the handset would be assembled right here in the US. By contrast, we're used to smartphones being fully manufactured before they're imported into the country. We had our concerns that employing a US workforce might drive the phone's cost up, but not only did the Moto X end up being one of the most affordable, best values around, but the plant's US location allowed customized phones to arrive on users' doorsteps just days after their ...

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    Manufacturers like LG are pushing limits with what size screens they can get away with in phones positioned as traditional handsets, versus the more niche phablet crowd, bringing 5.5-inch displays to models like the brand new G3. Even Samsung finally pushed past the five-inch barrier with the GS5. But in contrast to these OEMs we have Motorola, which seems to be doing just fine for itself with much smaller phones. The Moto G, Moto X, and Moto E all feature displays measuring in south of five inches – really, it's been since the Droid Ultra/Maxx that we've seen Motorola even touch that ...

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    You know those weeks where you're like, "hey - what if we didn't have a weekly podcast eating up half a day in production time? Can you imagine the kind of boost our review coverage could get from that time?" Yeah, us either. Because this is the Pocketnow Weekly, and we're not breaking our perfect streak a month before our hundredth episode. This is podcasting, Jack. Serious business. We've even got us an EXPLICIT tag to prove it. We ain't playin' around.  In this week's installment of the world's most meandering tech podcast, hot news! HTC dodges a big bass-boosted bullet with their ...

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    Something has been bothering me in the smartphone world lately. It’s something that started off slowly and enjoyed a little ribbing. Then it got silly. Now it’s just plain old dumb. There are too many “One” smartphones today. Already we see the HTC One, the OnePlus One, and the rumored Moto X plus One. So let’s run through those ones again shall we? Moto X Plus One, One, and OnePlus One. Did I miss anyone? Or should I say, “Did I miss any One?” Confused yet? You should be. I think those three companies should get together and run a promotion – “Say all of these names 5 ...

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    Just a little under a month ago a leak attempted to out Motorola's branding for its presumed Moto X successor, the X+1. We had that name, and we also had the rumor that this model would support new custom backplate options, including some leather selections. More recently, some specs have surfaced that may just detail what kind of hardware this phone could launch with, and we've even learned of an upcoming Motorola launch event. Based on earlier comments from the manufacturer, we're guessing it's still too early for the X+1 to make its debut, but that doesn't mean we're not still very ...

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    With evidence pointing to a new Motorola Android on the horizon, we've been actively speculating about what might be next for the company. Reports of several different models have been floating around, from a seemingly high-end model with a 5.2-inch 1080p screen, to an LTE version of the Moto G, or even a very thin handset. We're still not sure exactly what we're getting next, but today we learn when to expect answers, as Motorola schedules a launch event for Tuesday, May 13. We're still waiting to get the full launch picture on Motrola's Moto 360 smartwatch, but this invitation is clear ...

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    One week ago, rumors about a possible 2014 follow-up to last year's acclaimed Motorola Moto X really started taking shape. In a series of leaks, first we learned of the name Moto X+1, and then that Motorola may be planning on this year doing for leather what it did for wood with the original Moto X. As we wait to learn more about Motorola's plans, a new leak hopes to shed a little more light on those leather options. According to this, the Moto X+1 will offer shoppers choices between 17 colored backplate options, another four wooden selections available, and four all-new leather backs: ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the demo of Windows Phone in the car that was recently shown at Microsoft's Build conference. Motorola follows as we get rumors of a Moto X+1 in the works as the follow-up to the Moto X. Samsung follows the news as we get new rumors of the Samsung Gear Solo, which is a smartphone/smartwatch in its own way. Google later brings us new rumors of Android TV that might be coming soon. We end today's show talking about how Phil Schiller complains about Apple's own ads lately. All this and more after the break. Stories: - “Windows Phone in the ...

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    It's almost hard to believe that it's been eight months since Motorola introduced us to the Moto X in August of last year. That's probably due in no small part to how the smartphone side-stepped the spec wars fought by other Android flagships, as well as how Motorola's been able to keep the phone fresh by introducing new Moto Maker options, not to mention increasing the availability of Moto Maker in general. Where do we go from here, though? According to a new leak that surfaced over the weekend, Motorola may be envisioning the sequel to the Moto X as the Moto X + 1. The logo you see below ...

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