One of the big features in this software update that is not native to Android 9's kernel improvements is 5G access via unavailable hardware.
Jacklyn Dallas (aka NothingButTech88) joins us to talk about folding phone branding, Black Friday deals and news of future flagships!
We've got a spill on the specs and some interesting notes on how the more things change, the more Moto stays the same. So it goes for a Moto Z3 successor.
Check out our Moto Z3 review and learn everything there is to know about the phone. It will come with a 5G add-on you can share with friends.
Moto's general rules? Two years of OS support for 'Z' phones, one for 'G' phones. That leaves the Moto X4 in a tight spot.
We tapped the minds of some of our media colleagues to figure out why the Moto Z3 is such a disruptive phone in both good and bad ways.
There's a whole bunch of flash conversation going on about how to run ads, Sprint, and also notches, notches, notches. We could use a little scotch.
The Moto Z3 was revealed yesterday to be the last 'Z' phone... of this year. Questions about its sustainability have come up.
Motorola is running with a big risk. The facade has gotten a decent upgrade. The inside has not. All for a major leap of faith in 5G.
That official Moto Z3 Play announcement has to be right around the corner now that the modular phone is rendered in perfect clarity and great detail.
Probably the most exciting thing about the fast-approaching Moto Z3 Play smartphone is an optional 5G Moto Mod we can see in a duo of freshly leaked pictures.
An internal Lenovo document, verified as legit by a reputable website, further details and confirms the key specifications and features of the upcoming Moto Z3 Play.
The Moto Z3 Play looks radically different from its predecessor, with substantially thinner screen bezels, no front-mounted fingerprint scanner, dual rear cameras, and no headphone jack.
Even though it's apparently extremely similar in footprint to the 5.5-inch Z2 Play, the upcoming Moto Z3 Play should sport a significantly larger 6-inch screen or so with razor-thin bezels.
It's a sign that Motorola has set dimensional grounds for the launch of the Moto Z3. That or the factories have gone mad.
Agencies in Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand have reportedly certified several of the devices in both series of Motorola-branded mid-rangers.
The FBI recruited Best Buy employees as an arm of the law, but did it breach citizens' Fourth Amendment rights? That plus Android P and HTC phone feedback on our show!
Anywhere from one-third to one-half of the remaining staff in Chicago are getting the slip. One Moto Mod developer is holding back on devastating news for the Moto Z series.
On this week's show: a smartphone-laptop hybrid from Razer could come to market as a show of the company's newfound dedication to mobile. Plus, is LG going to be releasing a phone this year?