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Motorola Moto X Launched

MotoXA few weeks after the successful launch of Moto G, now Motorola launched Moto X Android Smartphone, the much-awaited in India. Motorola has once again chosen to partner with online retailer.

Flipkart, who will be selling the Moto X solely in India. Moto X comes with 16GB capacity and is priced at INR 23,999 ($393). The wooden back versions planned for future in teak and walnut pattern will be priced at INR 25,999 ($425) for the same 16GB capacity.

The woven white and black options are currently available in market, Flipkart would be selling the Moto X in 3 more different colours in India, with including red, royal blue and turquoise, which will be arriving later but providing an option for pre-order. Continue reading

Motorola Unveils Always Listening Voice Active Moto X Smartphone

367021-realistic-render-of-the-jelly-bean-4-3-powered-motorola-x-phone-from-tMotorola has launched its first brand new, unique phone since Google took over the company. The Moto X is described as “self-driving” by Motorola chief executive Dennis Woodside.

Following the Motorola Razr a few year back, Motorola has struggled to really set the mobile phone world alight. Sales dwindled following a number of poor performing releases but Motorola and owners Google hope that the new Moto X will change that.

The vast majority of the praises being sung regarding the new device are about the fact that it is not only voice activated but is always listening; something which Google would love to be able to do on a grander scale we suspect. Continue reading

Motorola Starting Its Relaunch Program With Moto X

motorola Moto XIt has been some time coming, at least since Google purchased the once popular mobile phone manufacturer, but Motorola has finally announced a new smartphone handset in the shape of the Motorola Moto X. The announcement came from company CEO, Dennis Woodside, formerly of Google, and didn’t really include very much information. In fact, one of the vaguest price tags was announced and it was said that the phone would anticipate users’ needs.

Google purchased the Motorola handset division in May 2012 for $12.5bn. While the company had enjoyed some considerable success especially with lines like the Motorola Razr in the early years of Continue reading