From the makers of DynaTAC, StarTAC and RAZR comes 90 years of history. Also, thre are a few deals going on right now you may want to take in.
This time around, the Moto Z2 Force goes down below the $500 level, but only if you like it in black and are using AT&T.
Google's visual recognition service is coming not in drips, but in occasional bursts. OnePlus phones have quickly been taken with Google Lens.
It may look premium, based on a few previously leaked renders, but the fast-approaching Moto E5 Plus will be decidedly humble on the SoC and memory side.
It's been exactly 45 years since Martin Cooper made the world's first ever mobile cell phone call, and the only proper way to honor the occasion is buy some Motorola gear on the cheap.
For a while on the Moto X devices, Motorola had designed a little divot onto the back of the device featuring the company's "batwing" logo. It provided a great resting place for a finger...
Practically all of Motorola's smartphones are available at discounted prices for Christmas in the US, including the unlocked Moto Z2 Play and X4.
The beloved Moto X line took a break between the 2015 X Style and this year's X4, but Lenovo seemingly has every intention to launch a Moto X5 next year.
Five devices have direct discounts while every Moto Mod is 25 percent off. You just have to know when to click through on the cart.
Black Friday comes early this year for Amazon Prime subscribers, as ad-supported LG Q6, G6+ and Moto E4 Plus variants are already heavily discounted.
With 16GB internal storage space, Android 7.1 software, a gigantic battery, as well as Amazon "offers and ads", the Moto E4 Plus is wildly affordable.
August 3 is the day Moto E4 Plus pre-orders kick off across a slew of US retailers, with sales underway a week later at $180 unlocked.
Prepaid Verizon service may not usually be high on many wishlists, but when you can get a solid phone like the Moto E4 for $70, it's worth a shot.
Lenovo's just-unveiled Moto E4 and E4 Plus are overall better than the C and C Plus but slightly lower-end than the G5 and G5 Plus.
What exactly is Motorola hyping up on Twitter for Canada and India? It could be any one (or two) of the Moto Z2, Z2 Play, Force, X4, E4 or E4 Plus.
For the remainder of the year, Lenovo still has a bunch of Motorola smartphone launches planned, apparently, including a Moto Z2 Force, X4, gS and gS+.
Not as low-end as the C and C Plus, but not as mid-range as the G5 either, Lenovo's Moto E4 and E4 Plus are today leaked in full.
Believe it or not, it looks like Lenovo's Moto Z2 Force will sport a headphone jack sometime soon. Check out the E4 Plus, C and C Plus as well.
Lenovo almost definitely has non-flagship Moto E4 and Moto C phones in the pipeline, but it's hard to be certain of the two's specs right now.