Moto Z2 Force & Moto 360 Camera: Unboxing Motorola's latest modular gear


For mobile-gadget fans who love checking out lots of new smartphone hardware, Motorola’s Z-series and its support for Moto Mods has been a dream come true. Not only do we get to see a bunch of new handsets, ranging from top-shelf flagships to power-conserving mid-rangers, but there’s also a steady stream of new modular accessories just waiting to be used with these devices.

Earlier this summer, we shared with you a new batch of Moto hardware that was landing, including the Moto Z2 Play and Moto Mods that gave the phone support for wireless charging, an extended-life battery, and an extra-loud …


Motorola's July 25th Event: Say hello to the Moto Z2 Force! New Moto Mod as well!

Today is the (ongoing) launch event for the Moto Z2 Force.
The Z2 was accompanied by the unveiling of two more Moto Mods, as well: the 360
Camera Mod which launched today, and the Moto Gamepad, which is said to launch later
this summer. Motorola’s also throwing a full-blown launch party for the Z2
Force later today, but in the mean time we figured we’d break you off with a little
preview of the two products launched today.

 

Ta-da! Here it is, the Moto Z2 Force, in all its
unbreakable* glory.

*The Z2 Force is said to be unbreakable from drops as high
as five …

Moto C and Moto C Plus will be Motorola's cheapest smartphones yet

Earlier today, we saw an unannounced Motorola smartphone that’s supposed to be called Moto C. It looks like this is, indeed, the handset’s name, and, according to Venture Beat, we’re also going to get a Moto C Plus.

Reportedly, the Moto C and Moto C Plus are made for first-time smartphone users, and will be Motorola Mobility’s cheapest smartphones to date (though there’s no word on their exact prices).

Both the Moto C and Moto C Plus  run Android 7 Nougat, and sport 5-inch displays with different pixel resolutions: 854 x 480, and 1280 x 720, respectively. …

Motorola's Moto X (2017) might have just shown us its curves in live pictures

A couple of photos showing the alleged Moto X (2017) have just surfaced online. It’s possible that Motorola is already working on such a device, but judging by what’s revealed in the leaked pictures it will be foolish to think that the Moto X (2017) is a high-end smartphone.

Two of the pictures leaked directly from China give us an idea of what the phone will look like since they show the front and back sides of the Moto X (2017). The third image is meant to confirm some of the phone’s hardware, which fits perfectly to that of a mid-range handset.

First off, it looks like the handset …