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Moto C Plus with 4,000 mAh will cost Rs. 6,999 in India


Update, June 19: Motorola today revealed the price and release date of the Moto C Plus in India. The device will sell for Rs. 6,999, which puts it on a collision course with Xiaomi’s popular Redmi 4. The Moto C Plus will be exclusively sold through Flipkart, starting tomorrow June 20 at 12PM IST. Early customers will be able to pick up a Motorola headset at a reduced price, while Reliance Jio Prime subscribers will get 30GB of extra data for free.

Original post, June 16: India has been one of Motorola’s strongest markets over the last years, thanks in large part to the attractive budget devices the Lenovo-owned manufacturer has released here. Now the company hopes to continue this good record with the launch of the Moto C Plus, launching in India on Monday.

The Moto C Plus is the beefier of the two entry-level phones that Motorola introduced last month, the other being the Moto C. The Moto C Plus shines when it comes to battery life, thanks to the 4,000 mAh battery and relatively frugal components like a 5-inch HD display and a MediaTek MT6737 processor. While we’ve seen other phones with batteries of 4,000 mAh or more, they’ve typically been phablets. The 5-inch Moto C Plus bucks this trend, and we’re really excited to see how it fares in real life use.

Other specs include either 1GB or 2GB of RAM, 16GB of expendable storage, an 8MP rear camera, and a 2MP front camera.

Motorola revealed the C Plus will be exclusively sold through Flipkart at launch, but the price will only be announced on June 19.

The Moto C Plus will fight off fierce competition from the likes of Xiaomi, Yu, and even Nokia/HMD, which recently released its trio of Android phones in India. That includes the Nokia 3, a direct threat to the Moto C Plus. For more options under Rs. 10,000, check out our roundup of the best affordable smartphones available in India.

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Moto Z2 lineup: all the rumors in one place (Update: more Moto Z2 and Z2 Play pics leak)


Update: Following the Moto Z2 Play retail box leak yesterday (seen below at the end of the specs section), we’ve now got our hands on even more images of the rumored handset. Better still, this time we’ve also got a look at supposed photos of the Moto Z2. Check them out at the “Design” section below.

In this post, which will be updated regularly, we take a closer look at the latest rumors surrounding the upcoming Moto Z2, Moto Z2 Force, and Moto Z2 Play.

Last year, Lenovo took the wraps off three Moto Z devices. These include the high-end Moto Z and Z Force and the mid-range Moto Z Play. All three stand out from the crowd thanks to their modular design that works a lot better compared to last year’s LG G5. You have the option of choosing between a few different accessories called Moto Mods, which simply snap on to the back of the smartphones.

Lenovo is expected to announce the next Moto Z generation soon. We have come across a bunch of rumors regarding the Moto Z2, Z2 Force, and Z2 Play, which we have rounded up in this post. So if you want to know when the devices will be announced, what will they offer specs-wise, what will they look like, and how much you’ll have to fork out to get your hands on them, keep reading. You’ll find all these information and more down below.

As always, do keep in mind that these are just rumors for now. Although the company did share a few minor details regarding its upcoming smartphones so far, most specs and features haven’t been officially confirmed yet.

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Lenovo Moto G5S Plus leaks with dual rear cameras, metal unibody

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Moto Z2 lineup: release date

The Moto Z and Z Force were officially announced at the beginning of June 2016 at Lenovo’s TechWorld event in San Francisco. They went on sale in July in the US but were exclusive to Verizon for the first few months. The unlocked version of the Moto Z then went up for pre-order in September with sales starting a month later. The Moto Z Force, on the other hand, remained exclusive to Verizon, as the unlocked version of the device was not released.

Things were a little bit different when it comes to the Moto Z Play. The mid-range smartphone was announced at a later date, at the end of August to be more exact. But it did go up for pre-order along with the Moto Z and also started shipping to customers in October.

Unlike in 2016, Lenovo is expected to announce the entire Z2 lineup at the same time. Although not confirmed, the Moto Z2, Z2 Force, and Z2 Play may be revealed at an event on June 8. This is based on the leaked image of the Z2 Play (check the Design section below), which shows this date on its screen. As the Moto Z and Z Force were announced in June last year, the date does make a lot of sense.

Unfortunately, we don’t know exactly when the smartphones will go on sale. Our best guess is that they will be released in July, with the unlocked versions coming at a later date, just like last year. What we do know is that unlike its predecessor, the Moto Z2 Force won’t be exclusive to Verizon. According to Evan Blass, you’ll also be able to get the smartphone from T-Mobile and maybe even Sprint and other carriers at launch. If true, this likely means that the other two smartphones, the Z2 and Z2 Play, will also be available at multiple carriers when they are released.

Moto Z2 lineup: specs

As a flagship, the Moto Z2 will obviously sport high-end specs. Just like its predecessor, it is expected to feature a 5.5-inch display with QHD resolution. We doubt that the smartphone will have a screen smaller than last year’s Moto Z, while increasing its size probably also isn’t a great option as that would push it into the phablet category.

The Moto Z2 will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 835 chipset and will have 4 GB or maybe even 6 GB of RAM. You’ll find a fingerprint scanner below the screen with support for various swiping gestures, like the ones already seen on the Moto G5 series.

We expect to see big changes in the camera department, as the device will have a dual-camera setup on the back. According to well-known leaker Ricciolo, Lenovo has opted for a lower megapixel count and larger pixels this year, which means that the camera should perform better in low-light conditions. No word on the front-facing camera so far, aside from the fact that it will have LED flash.

When it comes to software, the Moto Z2 will ship with Android 7.1.1 Nougat on board. As usual, the company will add its own user interface on top that doesn’t change the look and feel of the OS much. It’s pretty close to stock Android, which is something a lot of users will welcome with open arms.

As expected, the Moto Z2 Force will be quite similar to the Z2 in terms of specs. Like last year, we can expect to see three differences. The first is the camera, which might offer more megapixels and should perform a little bit better. The second change is a larger battery, while the third is the ShatterShield display, which shouldn’t crack easily when you drop the phone on the ground, for example.

The Moto Z2 Play, on the other hand, will offer mid-range specs. According to Evan Blass, the smartphone will have a 5.5-inch display with Full HD resolution and will be powered by the Snapdragon 626 chipset running at 2.2 GHz. Others specs include 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage, a fingerprint scanner, a 12 MP primary camera with dual auto-focus, and a selfie snapper with a 5 MP sensor.

Many of these details have since been (almost) confirmed in leaked retail box images via Brazilian tech site TecDuos — along with microSD card support. The photos also indicate that a model with 64 GB of internal storage space will be available, but whether this is the base model or a more expensive option we aren’t yet sure (it’s likely the former, though).

Unfortunately, the Z2 Play will pack a smaller battery than its predecessor. Lenovo has confirmed that the device will feature a 3,000 mAh battery, whereas the one found in the Z Play has a capacity of 3,510 mAh. This means that the upcoming smartphone will likely be thinner, as well as lighter.

Moto Z2 lineup: design

Thanks to a few images that made their way online over the last month or so, we already know what the upcoming devices will look like.

Back in April, we obtained renders and a 360-degree video of the upcoming Moto Z2 Force in collaboration with OnLeaks. The smartphone looks quite similar to its predecessor, with a few minor exceptions. These include the dual camera setup on the back, more rounded edges, and a redesigned fingerprint scanner below the screen. You can check out a few images of the device and the 360-degree video down below.

 

What’s interesting is that the smartphone would apparently feature the 3.5 mm headphone jack, which was missing on last year’s Moto Z Force. And that’s despite the fact that it will be thinner than its predecessor. The Moto Z2 Force is rumored to be 5.99 mm thick (8.50 mm with back camera bump), while last year’s Moto Z Force comes in at 7 mm.

Another image of the Moto Z2 Force has leaked recently, which gives us an even better look at the device. It has a gold back and a white front, but we do expect to see more colors once the device gets officially released.

Back in April, we also saw the first image of the Moto Z2 Play (featuring a design now confirmed by the leaked retail box images seen above). As you can see, it’s almost identical to the Z2 Force and also comes in the exact same color option. The main differences are that the Z2 Play sports a single camera on the back and has the Moto logo above the screen, instead of below it.

Subsequently, leaker Roland Quant has published images of the device with the Moto Mod accessories — the Hasselblad camera, battery pack and JBL speaker — and a 360-degree view of the rumored smartphone.

The last smartphone to pose for the camera was the Moto Z2. The leaked image, that we received from a trusted source, only shows the front of the device, which looks quite similar to the rest of the Z2 series. Again, there are a few differences including a slightly redesigned speaker grill and a different — black  color option.

Since then, we’ve also got a look at more suspected photos of the unit via SlashLeaks. These show off the unit in a blue case, and would seemingly verify our original photo of the handset. Somewhat disappointingly, however, the full set of images indicates that the Moto Z2 won’t feature a 3.5 mm headphone port. Sorry, folks.

One important thing worth pointing out is that all three devices feature a modular design, just like the previous generation. They have magnetic pins at the back that are used to attach various accessories called Moto Mods. There are a few of them available including the JBL SoundBoost speaker, Moto insta-share projector, and Incipio offGRID Power Pack. These are all expected to be compatible with the new Moto Z series, however, we wouldn’t mind seeing a few more Moto Mods announced along with the upcoming smartphones.

Moto Z2 lineup: price

There’s no word on how much the Moto Z2 smartphones will retail for, but we can get a better idea of what to expect by taking a closer look at the prices of its predecessors.

When launched, Verizon sold the Moto Z for $ 624, while the Moto Z Force was available for $ 720. The unlocked version of the Moto Z, which was released at a later date, was initially priced at $ 699. The Moto Z Play was obviously more affordable, as you had to dish out $ 449.99 to get it.

The best case scenario is that the prices will remain more or less the same, as it’s highly unlikely that the smartphones will be cheaper this year. Although anything is possible, we doubt that this will happen. As always, there’s a chance that Lenovo might increase the prices a little bit, which is something no one probably wants to see, right?


These are all the rumors regarding the upcoming Moto Z2 lineup we have come across so far. We’ll update this page as soon as we hear more.

Meanwhile, do let us know what you think about the smartphones. Which one do you think will be the most successful among consumers? Share your opinion with us by posting a comment down below.

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Exclusive: Here’s a new look at the Lenovo Motorola Moto Z2 Force


 

In the past several weeks, there’s been a number of leaks showing off some of Motorola’s upcoming 2017 lineup of phones. Today, we have another one of our own to show you as we have received an official render of the Moto Z2 Force, which will be the flagship high-end handset from Lenovo’s mobile division. The render comes from a reliable source familiar with Lenovo’s plans.

The design of the Moto Z2 Force in this render shows that it looks much like the previously leaked image of the Moto Z2 Play. The front of the phone is a bit different on the Moto Z2 Force, but the biggest difference is on the back, showing what looks like a dual camera set-up, versus just a single sensor on the back of the Moto Z2 Play. The design fits in with previous render leaks of the Moto Z2 Force that we have posted.

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Motorola Moto C and Moto C Plus budget-friendly phones announced

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A recent photo of a internal sales presentation confirmed that the Moto Z2 Force will have a 5.5-inch Full HD display with Motorola’s “ShatterShield” technology, designed to make the screen shatterproof if the phone falls or is dropped. The presentation also said it would support 1 GHz LTE speeds, which is a big hint that the phone will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor, which can handle those kinds of cellular network speeds.

We expect Motorola to officially announce the Moto Z2 Force, and its many other upcoming phones, sometime this summer. In the meantime, what do you think of the look of the phone? Let us know in the comments!

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Motorola will offer two Moto Mod teams funding to help launch their products


Motorola has been trying to encourage third-party developers to make unique Moto Mods for its lineup of Moto Z phones. This week, the company had 13 of those development teams present their device ideas to a panel of Motorola, Lenovo Capital, and Verizon executives. The final result was that two of those teams may get funding from Lenovo Capital to help launch their products.

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Moto Z and Moto Z Force (DROID) review

July 21, 2016

One of the winning Moto Mod proposals was Digiframe, which is supposed to add a second e-paper screen to the back of a Moto Z phone to quickly show information like the weather, a person’s schedule, and more. Users can even stick the Digiframe to a refrigerator with its magnetic back to post notes to other people in the house.

Both of these concepts could receive a share of $ 1 million in investment funding from Lenovo Capital.

The other winning Moto Mod idea was the MACAY TrueSound HiFi accessory, which came out of one of Motorola’s hackathon events in New York City. It will allow Moto Z phones to add higher end audio ports that are usually found in more expensive speakers so owners of those phones can have a much better listening experience on their headphones.

Both of these concepts could receive a share of $ 1 million in investment funding from Lenovo Capital, but that decision is not yet final as the group will still have to perform its due diligence before a final investment proposal is made to those teams.

The teams behind Digiframe and MACAY TrueSound HiFi have also been accepted into the new Moto Mods Accelerator Program. It will provide those teams with hands-on assistance from experienced engineering and design partners that might help them launch their Moto Mod ideas into real products that would eventually be sold by Verizon. Four other Moto Mod design teams have also been enrolled in the program. They include the previously announced Keyboard mod, which will add a physical keyboard to the Moto Z phones, and the Edge mod, which will add multi-LED notification lights around the phone.

The other two concepts that were accepted in the accelerator program are a wireless charging Moto Mod, and one that places a solar energy charging mod on the back of the Moto Z phones. It will be very interesting to see if one or more of these concepts will finally come to life as real products that can be purchased by current Moto Z owners.

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Deal: Snag the 16 GB Moto G4 Plus for just $160 at Amazon and Best Buy


A few weeks ago, Amazon was selling the Moto G4 Plus with 16 GB of storage and 2 GB of RAM for just $ 189.99, a $ 60 discount from its normal price. Today, both Amazon and Best Buy have lowered the price of that same phone again, down to just $ 159.99, a discount of $ 90.

See also:

Moto G5 Plus review

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The Moto G4 Plus is still an excellent choice for a budget-price smartphone. It has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, a 16 MP rear camera, a wide-angle 5 MP front-facing camera, and a fingerprint sensor. It also has a 3,000 mAh battery that supports the TurboCharge technology, which offers up to six hours of battery use after just 15 minutes of charging. The unlocked phone is designed to work with all four major US wireless carriers. You can also download its recent over-the-air update to Android 7.0 Nougat.

The Best Buy discount is slated to end in a few hours, so you might want to hurry if you want to get the Moto G4 Plus at such a low price. It’s also possible that the Amazon price could go up tomorrow as well. Are you interested in getting this phone as a gift for a friend, or maybe for yourself? Let us know in the comments.

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Deal: Snag the Moto G4 Plus for just $190 at Amazon


 

The Moto G5 Plus just launched a few days ago, but its immediate predecessor from Motorola, the Moto G4 Plus, is still a solid budget-themed smartphone. If you want to save some money on a new phone, or even a secondary device, you can currently snag the version of the G4 Plus with 16 GB of onboard storage and 2 GB of RAM right now on Amazon for just $ 189.99, a $ 60 discount from its normal price.

See also:

Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus officially announced at MWC 2017

February 26, 2017

Just a quick reminder: The G4 Plus has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, a 16 MP rear camera, a wide-angle 5 MP front-facing camera, and a fingerprint sensor. It also has a 3,000 mAh battery that supports the TurboCharge technology, which offers up to 6 hours of battery use after just 15 minutes of charging. The unlocked phone is designed to work with all four major US wireless carriers.

Perhaps the best news about the Moto G4 Plus is that you should be able to download its recent over-the-air update from Android 6.0 Marshmallow to Android 7.0 Nougat, While it took a bit longer for this phone to get its Nougat update in the US, it’s still nice that a budget-priced device can run the latest version of the Android OS.

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Moto G4 Plus International Giveaway [3 Phones!]


Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway, the place where we giveaway a new Android phone or tablet each and every week!

Congratulations to last week’s S7 edge giveaway winner: Supriyanto (Indonesia).

This week we’re giving away a brand new Moto G4 Plus!

The Moto G series has been around for years now, and in that time has established Motorola as the king of affordable yet powerful handsets. Motorola’s latest low-cost beauty is no exception to this rule.

For those unfamiliar, the Moto G4 Plus is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, clocked at 1.5 GHz, and backed by the Adreno 405 GPU and up to 4GB RAM. There’s also a beautiful 1080p 5.5-inch display, up to 64GB storage, microSD, and a 3000 mAh battery.

Despite being an affordable handset, the Moto G4 Plus has no shortage of extras, including a fast and responsive front-facing fingerprint scanner and support for Turbo charging. Motorola is also on the top of its game when it comes to the camera, delivering an impressive 16MP rear camera and a 5MP front cam.

For more details on the Moto G4 Plus, and its even more affordable little brother, the Moto G4, be sure to check out the following:

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Mother’s Day promo: Moto X Pure Edition for just $300


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On April 20th Motorola kicked off a special promotion where you could pick up the Moto X Pure Edition for just $ 350, $ 50 off the normal asking price. The sale was set to end on May 2nd, today. Well, it’s true, the sale is over… But a new – better one – has begun in its place.

Next Sunday is Mother’s Day and in celebration Motorola is now offering $ 100 off the Moto X Pure Edition, bringing its price to just $ 300. The Moto X might not be the latest hotness anymore with plenty of great 2016 flagships already out to the public, but it’s still a solid performer and at this price, it’s a heck of a deal. This latest offer ends on May 9th, so you have about a week to decide whether or not to jump on this or not.

As a recap, the Moto X Pure Edition is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor with 3GB of RAM. Other specs include a 5.7-inch QHD display, 16 to 64GB storage, microSD, a 3000 mAh battery, and 21MP main cam. Of course you also get Moto Maker customization here, allowing you to make the handset of your dreams.

What do you think, is this worth the new asking price? Share your thoughts down in the comments.

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Moto X Style (Pure Edition) vs Samsung Galaxy S6


When the Samsung Galaxy S6 debuted earlier this year, the Korean manufacturer surprised the world by introducing a major overhaul to the build quality and design of its flagship, which better matched the premium price the series commanded. While this was a much-needed change, it did result in some previously signature features going by the wayside.

On the other hand, the latest high-end offering from Motorola retained a lot of what made its predecessor so good, and it remains mostly familiar, save for the bump in size, slightly more refined design elements, and necessary upgrades to key hardware aspects.

How does Motorola’s inexpensive flagship fair against what is arguably the best Galaxy S smartphone that Samsung has ever produced? We find out, in this in-depth look at the Moto X Style (Pure Edition) vs Samsung Galaxy S6!

Design

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-8

In terms of design, the first thing you will notice with these two smartphones is how different they are when it comes to the overall aesthetics.

As mentioned, the Moto X Pure Edition retains a lot of the design language of its predecessor, apart from the significant bump in size, including a metal frame, and the curved corners and back that allows for the device to nestle nicely in the palm of your hand. Given its larger footprint, the handling experience isn’t the most comfortable, but the ultra-thin bezels around the sides of the display and small top and bottom chin make for a device that is a lot more manageable that what its 5.7-inch display might suggest. The standard rubbery silicone backing provides a lot of grip as well, but if that is not very important, there are plenty of other options available to you via Moto Maker.

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-13

Like the other Moto X family members before it, one of the biggest selling points of the current Motorola flagship is the level of customization available to you. Moto Maker allows you to pick and choose your own color scheme, accent colors, and material for the back cover, and you also have the ability to add custom engravings and messages on the back, for that little bit more of a personalized touch. This kind of personalization is unmatched by any other OEM, and is a very unique aspect of the Moto X experience.

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-15

On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S6 may have only a handful of color options to choose from, but the big story with the latest Galaxy S flagship was Samsung’s decision to be done with plastic, in favor of a glass and metal unibody construction. With a lot of familiar elements, it does look like a Samsung smartphone through and through, but it looks and feels far more high-end, as is expected from a flagship device of this caliber.

The glass on the back can be a fingerprint magnet, and does make the phone somewhat slippery as well, but given its more compact size, one-handed use is still very comfortable with the Galaxy S6.

Display

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-7

The Moto X Pure Edition comes with a 5.7-inch IPS LCD display, while the Samsung Galaxy S6 features a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED screen. With the resolution of both displays being 2560 x 1440, sharpness is of no concern with either. The Galaxy S6 does come with a higher pixel density of 577 ppi compared to the 520 ppi of the Moto X Pure Edition, but that is a difference that is going to hardly be noticeable. What is notable however is the distinction caused by the different underlying technologies of these two displays.

Samsung is well known for its display prowess, and once again, the Super AMOLED display of the Galaxy S6 offers the vibrant, saturated colors and high contrast that we’ve come to expect. The inky dark blacks are not only great for battery life, but also look much cleaner when compared to the grayish blacks on the LCD display of the Motorola smartphone.

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-1

That’s not to say that the display of the Moto X Pure Edition is disappointing in any way. It is a great looking screen with surprisingly great colors, viewing angles, and brightness, and while the use of AMOLED might have made more sense given some of the software features available with the Moto X, the switch to LCD is certainly not a deal breaker. Gaming and media-consumption is also very enjoyable with the Moto X Pure Edition, with users able to take advantage of the additional display real estate this is available to them.

Performance

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-3

Under the hood, the Moto X Pure Edition features a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, clocked at 1.8 GHz, and backed by the Adreno 418 GPU, while the Samsung Galaxy S6 comes with an octa-core Exynos 7420 processor, clocked at 2.1 GHz, and backed by the Mali-T760MP8 GPU. While both devices offer 3 GB of RAM, you are dealing with the much faster DDR4 RAM with the Galaxy S6, compared to DDR3 on the Motorola device.

The Moto X Pure Edition may not be winning any specs races, but Motorola’s focus with their devices has always been on providing a great user experience, and that, fortunately, continues to hold true with their latest offering. Courtesy of a near-stock software iteration, the Moto X Pure Edition is fast, fluid, responsive, and rarely skips a beat. Swiping, scrolling, opening applications, multi-tasking, and gaming are all handled extremely well, and ultimately, that is what is going to matter the most.

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-16

On the other hand, Samsung flagships have always come with whatever was deemed the latest and greatest at the time, but unfortunately, real world performance has historically never lived up to expectations. This time around, Samsung decided to give the Snapdragons of the world a skip in favor of their in-house processing package, and that has proved to be a fantastic move.

The Galaxy S6 performs the way a flagship should, with a lot of credit going to Samsung’s optimization of their Touchwiz software suite, that comes with a lot less bloatware and unnecessary features than we’ve seen from Samsung in the past. The Galaxy S6 is easily the smoothest performing Samsung flagship that has ever been released, and while it still has its flaws, like the aggressive RAM management, it is still leaps and bounds ahead of what we’ve seen from the company over the years.

Hardware

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-13

In storage, the Moto X Pure Edition is available with 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB of storage, while the Samsung Galaxy S6 comes with 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB variants. The higher storage options may be the better way to go with the Galaxy S6, given the lack of expandable storage, a previous staple feature that Samsung decided to remove this time around. The story is the opposite with the Motorola flagship however, with the Moto X Pure Edition featuring expandable storage via microSD card, something that wasn’t available with its predecessors. This means that you will be able to alleviate any storage concerns, even if you opt for the base 16 GB model.

Another advantage the Moto X Pure Edition has over the Samsung Galaxy S6 is in terms of speaker quality. The former comes with a dual front-facing speaker setup which sounds fantastic, and provides a far better audio experience for gaming and watching videos when compared to the single, bottom-mounted speaker of the latter. The speaker of the Galaxy S6 is not bad by any means and can actually get quite loud, but it does pale in comparison to the Moto X Pure Edition.

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-10

The Galaxy S6 does feature a few extras in hardware that aren’t available with the Moto X Pure Edition, starting with the fingerprint scanner. If you appreciate the added benefit and security of having a fingerprint reader, then the reader on the Galaxy S6 is certainly not going to disappoint. The reader is fast, reliable, and easy to set up, and its touch type nature is a far better implementation that the swipe gesture version seen with some of Samsung’s earlier flagships. Apart from unlocking the device, the fingerprint scanner is also compatible for use with Samsung Pay and Android Pay, for that layer of extra security when using these mobile payment systems. The Galaxy S6 also comes with a heart rate monitor on the back, which is a useful addition for some.

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-12

On the battery front, the Moto X Pure Edition comes with a 3,000 mAh battery, larger than the 2,550 mAh unit of the Samsung Galaxy S6. Neither battery is replaceable, and while that is standard for the Moto X device, it is a significant departure from the norm for the Samsung flagship. The battery life is better with the Moto X Pure Edition, but not significantly so.

Both devices come with fast charging capabilities as well, making it extremely easy to get both phones up and running in a short time. The Samsung Galaxy S6 also comes with support for both standards of wireless charging, which is always a nice option to have.

Camera

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-11

The Moto X Pure Edition comes with a 21 MP rear camera, with phase detection auto focus and a f/2.0 aperture, while the Galaxy S6 features a 16 MP camera, with a f/1.9 aperture, and optical image stabilization.

Moto X Pure Edition camera samples

The Moto X series has never really been known for its camera capabilities, but the Moto X Pure Edition features some significant improvements this time around, resulting in a camera experience that can finally match up to the rest of the competition. Both smartphones are capable of taking excellent photos in most lighting situations, but the edge has to be given to the Galaxy S6 here, for its better dynamic range and low-light performance.

Samsung Galaxy S6 camera samples

Where the Moto X Pure Edition falls short is with regards to the camera application. It is far too minimalistic, especially when compared to what is available with the Galaxy S6. The GS6 camera app comes with a few more options and manual controls that really help make a difference. Futhermore, tapping on the viewfinder to take a shot on the Motorola device just doesn’t feel as intuitive as having a dedicated shutter button.

Software

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-5

On the software side of things, both smartphones are running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, but the experience each offers is completely different from the other. With the Moto X Pure Edition, you get a near stock Android iteration with some useful features from Motorola baked in, such as twisting your wrist to open the camera, chopping twice to turn on the LED flash, glancing at notifications with Moto Display, or discreetly performing voice commands, just to name a few.

The Galaxy S6 on the other hand, comes with Samsung’s typical Touchwiz interface, and while it is a significant departure from stock Android, it is a much cleaner and toned down build of Touchwiz this time around. There is a lot less bloatware, and Samsung also got rid of a lot of unnecessary features. Those that were useful are retained however, such as multi-window, and motion gestures, like swiping your palm over the screen to capture a screen shot, or flipping the phone over to mute a call. Things may not aesthetically be very different from previous iterations of Touchwiz, but if you aren’t a fan of the look, you can now easily change it via the built-in theme store. The theme store is extremely robust, with a lot of options to choose from, and is probably one of the best features of this new version of Touchwiz.

If getting timely updates is of concern, the safer bet would be on the Moto X Pure Edition to get the official update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow first, but hopefully, we won’t be waiting too long for either of these devices to get updated.

Specs comparison

  Samsung Galaxy S6 Moto X Style (Pure Edition)
Display 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display
Quad HD resolution, 577 ppi
5.7-inch IPS LCD display
Quad HD resolution, 515 ppi
Processor 2.1 GHz octa-core Exynos 7420 processor
Mali-T760MP8 GPU
1.8 GHz hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor
Adreno 418 GPU
RAM 3 GB 3 GB
Storage 32/64/128 GB 16/32/64 GB
expandable via microSD up to 128 GB
Camera 16 MP rear camera with LED flash, OIS
5 MP front-facing camera
21 MP rear camera with dual LED flash
5 MP front-facing camera with wide angle lens and front-facing flash
Connectivity Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth 4.1
NFC
GPS+GLONASS
Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac
Universal LTE bands
Bluetooth 4.1
NFC
GPS+GLONASS
Battery 2,550 mAh 3,000 mAh
Software Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
Dimensions 143.4 x 70.5 x 6.8 mm
128 grams
153.9 x 76.2 x 11.1 mm
179 grams
Colors White Pearl, Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum, Blue Topaz Moto Maker
Coated Silicon Rubber
Horween leather and natural wood
Metallic accents
Engraving

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Conclusion

So there you have it for this in-depth look at the Moto X Style (Pure Edition) vs Samsung Galaxy S6! When picking up any new smartphone, price always has an important role to play, and we’ve seen a big surge in devices that continue to offer great specifications and features at affordable price points. Considering that the Moto X Pure Edition features a large Quad HD display, great front-facing speakers, a pretty decent camera, and a lot of customization via Moto Maker, its $ 400 starting price makes it one of the best bang for your buck devices of 2015.

Moto X Pure Edition VS Samsung Galaxy S6-18

The Galaxy S6 is clearly the more expensive of the two, by a big margin, but it offers a few useful like extras, like a fingerprint scanner, wireless charging, and more powerful specifications. It is up to you as to whether these features are worth the extra cost, and if they are, then the Galaxy S6 will certainly not disappoint. However, if you are looking for a smartphone that provides a lot of value for not a lot of money, look no further than the Moto X Pure Edition.

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Motorola Connect app updated with improved UI, 2015 Moto 360 support and additional watch faces


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Those who use Motorola accessories or smart devices definitely need some help keeping all their gadgets in check. This is why the Motorola Connect app exists; to help users manage their multiple Motorola articles. If you are one of the many who take advantage of this software tool, you may notice there is a new update awaiting in the Google Play Store. You should go get it soon, as it brings forth some meaningful improvements.

The main enhancement is likely the addition of the Moto 360 (2015) to the list of supported devices. The new Android Wear watch joins a list of plenty other supported devices, including the older Moto 360, the Moto Pulse, Moto Surround, Motorola Power Pack Micro, Motorola Keylink and the Motorola Connect PC Extension.

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Supporting the new Moto 360 will only benefit a few of you, though. What most users will actually notice is the improved UI, which makes the experience “more intuitive and easier to navigate”. It looks very similar to the new Moto app, which we saw on the newest Moto G and Moto X smartphones.

motorola-connect-screenshots

The new design is sleek and clean. There is a floating action button that allows users to add their devices, and you can simply navigate through your current Moto products and access their settings. By the way, this apps also makes it possible to change the Moto 360 watch faces, and if you jump into the wearable’s options you may find that Motorola also added the new ones from the 2015 Moto 360.

Of course, there’s also the usual batch of bug fixes, but we have no idea what those are all about. Go get your update from the Google Play Store and join the conversation in the comments below. Are you liking the new UI?

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