Earlier today at an event in New Delhi, India, Motorola launched two variants of the Moto G: the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus. However these were not the only two handsets that the Lenovo-owned company announced today. The company also launched the Moto G Play, which was mysteriously missing from its press briefing today.
Moto G: Specs, News, Features, Reviews & Apps
The first generation Moto X, E and G LTE have been getting a series of tests lately, and it looks like Motorola has finally decided which version of Android to put on the handsets.
Whoa there! We’re not talking a spec-biased rundown of the six most highly specified Android phones at the moment – just watch the front page of Android Beat to see the usual candidates and their successors fly past. What I’m tackling here is a rundown of the most significant Android-powered phones… ever. OK, since 2008 or so, when Android as an OS started to get cranked into action. Without the six landmark phones here, I contend, the Android world would look rather different today.
Almost exactly one year ago, the Moto G Google Play edition made its way to the digital store shelves within the Google Play store. Apparently the device’s time has come.
Motorola and Google have started rolling out the Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update for the Google Play edition of the Moto G.
Motorola has started rolling out the Lollipop OTA update to owners of the 1st generation dual-SIM variant of the Moto G in India, who signed up for the soak test.
On Monday, October 6, AT&T officially announced the impending arrival of the Moto G LTE. Which isn’t the new Moto G, but the older model.
For anyone who owns the Moto G under Boost Mobile’s banner, there’s an over the air update headed your way that should make you a happy camper.
Last week, Motorola unveiled the highly anticipated successor to the Moto G — the new Moto G. Besides the name, the handset sports similar specs as its predecessor except for a few minor upgrades.