Motorola

Moto Z2 Force will reportedly not be a Verizon exclusive device

Verizon will not have exclusive rights to provide network for the approaching Moto Z2 Force as the upcoming smartphone will be sold by numerous other wireless carriers in the United States, emergin

Motorola is temporarily leaving the smartwatch market

During the course of a recent interaction with The Verge, Shakil Barkat -- Motorola's Corporate Vice President of wearables and product development -- said that Motorola is planning to temporarily

Motorola's modular smartphones – Moto Z and Moto Z Force

Motorola’s newest flagship devices -- the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force -- promise to be the first true modular smartphones, which the company hopes will be well-received by the consumers.

The Moto Z and Moto Z Force modular smartphones will be available for purchase – with Droid branding – from bigwig US wireless carrier Verizon in August; and will become more broadly available in the fall.

Motorola confirms 64GB Moto X variant; introduces ‘Try Then Buy’ offer

Motorola has recently confirmed that the much-rumored 64GB version of the company's Moto X handset will soon be available in the US. The company said that the 64GB Moto X will initially come to US carriers AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Republic Wireless. The availability of the handset on Verizon has not been disclosed.

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