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Moto Maker tools are finally at the disposal of US-based Moto G4 and G4 Plus buyers, who can now personalize essentially everything about the two phones.
Best Buy and B&H Photo Video badly want the Motorola Moto G4 and G4 Plus to sell like hotcakes, bundling the affordable phones with $50 vouchers.
Moto Maker will have fewer options for this year's Moto G and Moto G4 Plus while Canada and the US will get staggered device releases.
The highly anticipated Motorola Moto G4 and G4 Plus (by Lenovo) have been made official in India, where the latter is set to go on sale in just a few hours.
Evan Blass has another photo leak, this time of the Moto G4. And as opposed to the Moto G4 Plus he also leaked, this one lacks a fingerprint sensor.
A Geekbench result brings us what may either be the Moto G4 or Moto G4 Plus. Two Motorola phones also get the FCC's stamp of approval.
Import-export database Zauba has picked up on some components destined for a phone named "Athene," known to the rest of us for now as the Moto G4.
The Moto G4 and G4 Plus are practically confirmed for a May 17 formal announcement in India, and their key selling points have begun to transpire.
Get a load of the white-coated Motorola Moto G4 Plus, and learn of at least one major difference between it and the standard Moto G4.
It's time to check out the upcoming Moto G4 or G4 Plus in the flesh, front-firing fingerprint recognition mechanism, overhauled back and all.
While its internal upgrades remain under wraps, the upcoming Moto G4 Plus by Lenovo should be the first of its kind to offer fingerprint recognition.
Could this be an early Motorola 2016 lineup leak, giving us a peak at what may be the next Moto X and Moto G?
And for that matter, so isn't the Moto E. Fallout from the transliteration of an interview with Lenovo SVP Chen Xudong continues with Motorola patching up.
We're back in our respective cities following CES 2016, most of us wiser, all of us older, and at least one of us with a big 'ole post-Vegas beard.
Lenovo will be digesting the consolidation of its mobile phone operations with Motorola for a few years. But what do we expect from the Moto X this year?