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During an event yesterday, Lenovo and Motorola unveiled the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force, two brand new handsets which allow users to attach modules to the device to further enhance its functionality.
Today Motorola has announced two brand new phones in its cut-price Moto G range, the Moto G, and Moto G Plus, set to launch here in the UK in June.
Motorola has been passed around for the past couple of years with Google stripping the company of some of its research departments, then the remains were sold off to Lenovo, and now it seems Lenovo is to gobble up the company as the Motorola name may be no more.
Over the past couple of days the Internet has been awash with talk of Motorola's DROID Turbo 2 which has a shatterproof screen. This has been demonstrated with a ton of uncomfortable videos of the device falling on hard surfaces flat on its face.
Yesterday we reported that Lenovo had started sending invites out to an event for the Moto 360 which is scheduled to take place on September 8. Before then however, Motorola decides to sneakily unveil the second generation Moto 360, it's new updated device which comes in a number of flavours and has a much better battery life.
Lenovo and Motorola have a busy week next week as they've revealed when they'll be lifting the lid off of their next smartwatch, what's currently being called the Moto 360 2.
Up until recently, news about Google's ambitious modular smartphone, Project ARA, was very thin, but following a long period of radio silence the project's Twitter account has since been alive with updates on their progress. According to a new report, that period of silence was due to Project ARA changing hands back to Motorola.
Following Samsung's tease of their new Samsung Gear S2, Motorola want to remind people of the original round smartwatch, the Moto 360, so like any good competing company, Motorola too have teased their next-generation smartwatch, though I'm not sure it was intentional.
Following the announcement of the company's new flagship, now titled the Moto X Style, Motorola had something else up their sleeves today, the Moto X Play, a slightly dumbed-down version of the Moto X Style with some interesting improvements.
During an event being held simultaneously across the world, Motorola unveiled this year's big flagship, the 2015 Moto X, but this time it's not just called Moto X, it comes with a new moniker, Moto X Style and touts "one of the best camera in the world".
Motorola has started sending out invitations to a launch event for the next wave of Motorola devices. The event is set to take place on July 28 at 14:00 BST, and we're expecting to see the next Moto X, Moto G, and even the Moto E.
Although Motorola aren't set to reveal details on the next generation flagship until way later this year, STJS say that they've had access to the device's spec-sheet and though they're not too far-fetched, with them being available this far in advance, I'm not convinced.
This week Lenovo and Motorola revealed that in the third quarter of 2014, Motorola sold more than ten million handsets. This marks a new company sales record and helps drive Lenovo to increased revenues. Though Lenovo's operating profit for the quarter dipped a little, likely due to the $2.91 billion Motorola Acquisition, elsewhere Lenovo are definitely in the black.
Just in case Android fans needed more reasons to hate the big, bad, evil Apple, Former Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside, is offering up some more ammunition in the form of a confirmation that the Google Nexus 6 should have had a fingerprint sensor on the back, but didn't because of Apple.
Over the weekend Motorola revealed the update schedule for their Moto 360 smartwatch letting users know exactly when their wearable will be getting the latest version of Android, Android Lollipop, and if you were wondering whether you'd be waiting for a good couple of weeks until the update lands on your device then you're in luck as Android 5.0.1 should be hitting your Moto 360 today!