The 32GB Nexus 6 is in stock for $649.99 at Motorola.com. 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.
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.
If they actually put out a non-Verizon version, I’ll be all over this. This is interesting. The Snapdragon 810 is need since its ARMv8 (for quick hardware encryption) and 64-bit (more efficient/memory). The 4GB is a good bonus, great for better multitasking, especially for windowed apps or split screen.
Not a huge fan of champagne gold but that does look pretty hot. They’re for sale on AT&T’s website exclusively and have been for about two weeks. $29.99 for leather and $79.99 for metal. They have black and silver 23mm metal bands, and three colors for leather (black, stone gray, and cognac). I wish they would sell the bands individually.
Motorola Droid Turbo is awesome. I would buy the phone simply because its blue. I love blue. Personal choice oriented in this case. The Moto X and Droid turbo are two of the more solidly built phones this year. With great software.
The Blue Droid Turbo has been spotted on BestBuy’s website.
Best Buy is offering the Nexus 6 for $249.99 on-contract on AT&T and Sprint.It has been confirmed that at least at&t’s Nexus 6 variant is SIM-locked, won’t let you tether without verifying your subscription status, has the at&t logo in the back, has the at&t boot animation, and has AT&T’s suite of ringtones as well. The kicker is that even if you get any other variant, the moment the AT&T Sim is detected you will be subject to your phone verifying your subscription status to use the hotspot (unless you root).