The Moto G5 is almost here, it will be releasing in Canada starting on May 3rd at Bell, NTS, Sasktel, Videotron and Virgin Mobile for around $250 CAD.
Moto and Lenovo have announced the Moto G5 and G5 Plus at MWC 2017. They also announced a few new Moto Mods coming this year for the Moto Z.
Back in November of last year, Motorola put out a call to developers and entrepreneurs to help create the next generation of Moto Mods with their “Transform the Smartphone Challenge” in partnership and on Indiegogo.
When Lenovo introduced the Moto Z at their Tech World Event back in June, they introduced the world to their vision of a modular smartphone with Moto Mods, which can instantly change the function or look of your Moto Z.
After using the Moto Z for a few weeks now, this is one of the best phones that Moto & Lenovo has made in recent years.
With the Moto G family, Moto has created a lineup of great Android devices that don’t break that bank. And the Moto G4 Play is no exception.
After using the Moto G4 Play for a weeks now, I would have to say, if you are looking for one of the best budget Android phones, then look no further than the Moto G4 Play.
Moto has introduced a new member to its Moto Z Family with the Moto Z Play.
The new device has a thin, lightweight design that is made out of solid aluminum and there’s a glass on the back of the device and a 5.5-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display on the front.
Google first introduced the world to Android Wear, back in March 2014. At that same time, Google also announced teased some of the smartwatches that would be coming running their new software platform, one of those was the original Moto 360.
It was the first real smartwatch with a round display. It was significant because most standard watches are round and that what was Motorola was trying to go after.