Motorola has started rolling out the Android 8.1 Oreo update for the Moto G5S Plus, according to a new post on the company's support page for the device. The device was first set to receive the update a couple of months ago, but it seems that the soak test for the update never took off.
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Motorola has announced which of its smartphones will be updated to Android 9 Pie. The manufacturer has stated that these devices will start receiving the update in the coming months, and expects the rollout to begin "this fall". Since these updates are carrier and country specific, expect the rollout times to differ for some.
The Google Project Fi team has announced that the Motorola Moto G6 is now available in two colors on the network. A new 'blush' color has now joined the black variant on the Project Fi website.
T-Mobile has launched two affordable Motorola branded Android smartphones on its network - The Motorola Moto E5 Play and the Motorola Moto E5 Plus. Both handsets are available starting today on the carrier's website and can be purchased outright or through monthly payments.
Motorola has kicked off a soak test of Android 8.1 Oreo on the Motorola Moto G5 Plus in Brazil. In order to participate in the early release, you will have to enroll in Motorola's Android beta program. The 1GB update file is made available to select Moto G5 Plus users, most likely a small number, for testing purposes.
The Motorola Moto Z2 Force on Verizon is now receiving the July Android security updates. Before installing the update, make sure your battery is fully charged and that you are connected to a strong Wi-Fi network.
The Motorola Moto 1S has been announced in China running Lenovo's ZUI 3.5 which is based on Android 8.0 Oreo. The handset is visually identical to Motorola Moto G6. The Moto 1S is only expected to sell in China, while other parts of the world could still pick up its doppelgänger, the Moto G6.
Motorola is set to take the stage in a few hours (9AM Eastern) in New York to unveil the third generation of its Motorola Moto X and Motorola Moto G smartphones. The company plans to lives-tream the announcement, and you can follow the official unveiling in the following video stream
The second-generation Motorola Moto G is being offered at a version affordable $139.99 for a limited time on Amazon. This is a limited time offer, which allows you to get the handset for $40 off its usual $179.99 price. Also keep in mind that this is the non-LTE model.
Google has announced Android M, and subsequently released the first developer preview and SDK so developers can start porting their apps in preparation of its launch. Meanwhile the general Android community must be wondering when they will be receiving Android M.
Best Buy is offering a great deal on the Motorola Moto 360, allowing customers to purchase the Android Wear smartwatch for only $149. That is a $100, or better than 40% discount. Keep in mind that this is a limited time sale, and while Best Buy didn't say so, it would seem a natural thing for the discount to end not too long after Memorial Day does. By the way, the deal is also available from Best Buy's website.
The first generation Motorola Moto G is now receiving the Android 5.0.2 software update. According to the manufacturer, the update brings Lock Screen notifications, the new Recent Apps menu, the Ambient Display which will show notifications even while the screen is off, and the new two-finger slide gesture that will reveal the Quick Settings menu from any page (and the new flashlight that is part of Quick Settings).
The Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch was recently sold for up to $100 off on Amazon and Best Buy. Now the wearable has been discounted down to $165 on the Google Store, down from the usual $249.99.
The Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch has been discounted down to $180 or $220 based on the configuration you select. The wearable was originally priced at $250 and the discount is being offered through Best Buy and Amazon in the US.
Starting today, Motorola is offering a free Moto Hint with the purchase of an off-contract Motorola Moto X (second-generation). Usually, the Moto Hint costs $149.99, so this is quite a decent deal, especially if you're looking for a new Bluetooth headset.
According to David Schuster, Motorola's Software product manager, the company is planning to skip the Android 5.0.2 update, and head directly to Android 5.1 for their first generation Moto devices.
In a post on his Google+ page, the executive stated that Motorola was simultaneously testing both builds of Android on the first-gen Motorola Moto X, Motorola Moto E and Motorola Moto G LTE.
While manufacturers are still working on bringing Android 5.0 Lollipop to their devices, Google has started rolling out the new Android 5.1 update to its Nexus devices. Now it looks like the Google Play Edition (GPe) handsets are also getting some attention as the Motorola Moto G GPe has started receiving the update.
Over the years, taking the perfect selfie has been a problem for many. Thankfully Motorola has stepped in and announced the Moto Selfie Stick which aims to help take the perfect selfie