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New Moto E (2nd Gen.) photos leaked

Posted on January 30th, 2015

The new Moto E (2nd Gen.) looks a lot like the ring flash on Moto x? I really like the new design language even trickling down to the Moto E, Design language looks a lot like Nexus 6 / Moto X 2nd Gen rather than older Moto’s. I hope Moto keeps this unified brand going!

Moto E (2nd Gen.)

Source: Android Police

64GB Moto X Pure Edition now on sale for $599.99

Posted on January 1st, 2015

Motorola today announced the availability of the Moto X 64GB Pure Edition. It has a full retail price of $599.99. Some people put a lot of music on their cellphone, I don’t that myself, but some people do. First Motorola phone I’ve owned, impressed with the build quality, and even more impressed with Lollipop.

Moto X Pure Edition

Moto G 2014 with LTE – New Motorola Phones

Posted on December 29th, 2014

The new Moto G 2014 LTE model features 16GB of native storage. The Moto G is definitely a mid-range phone despite its low price. I think the late 2015 version will be a drastic leap in specs but I hope they keep the 720p screen just make it better, brighter and even more color accurate. 3rd gen will need at the minimum a 2500 mAh batter…


Source: Motorola Via: Droid-Life

64GB Nexus 6 now at Motorola’s website

Posted on December 26th, 2014

A couple weeks ago the 32GB versions were available for almost 2 days. This is the longest I’ve seen the 64gb versions available though. Nice to see. I hope that the folks that really wanted one can finally get one.

Source: Motorola

32GB Nexus 6 is available from

Posted on December 11th, 2014

The 32GB Nexus 6 is in stock for $649.99 at So I called Moto Support and just asked in regards to 64GB availability. they said in 2 weeks they are showing they should have availability, just not a specific date.

32GB Nexus 6
Source: Motorola Via: Droid-Life

Moto E 2015 specs: 5" display and Snapdragon 410

Posted on December 3rd, 2014

According to Techmaniacs, the Moto E 2015 will have a 5″ display boasting a 960 x 540 resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 SoC, a 5 MP rear camera sans LED flash, and even LTE connectivity. Run Android 5.0 Lollipop. Nevertheless the old Moto E is a very nice device, so any upgrade is totally welcome. Only that 5″ screen may ruin the very good experience.

Moto E 2015

Source: Techmaniacs Via: GSM Arena