The Nexus 6 is slowly starting its march towards consumer’s mailboxes, and the carrier rollout is underway as well. Sprint has the Nexus 6 ready to roll today, and it’s going to set you back $299 with a 2-year contract.
When the Droid Turbo was released as a Verizon exclusive, folks on other carriers let out a sigh, and then began deciding between devices like the Nexus 6 and Note 4. There was hope for a global rollout with the unveiling of the Moto Maxx last week as it’s the Turbo sans Verizon branding, but those hopes have been dashed today as it appears the Moto Maxx will be localized to only a handful of regions.
Football season is over its halfway point, and fans now know what to expect from their favorites teams the rest of the way. The same can be said of the new Moto X, as it’s already shipped out to countless consumers and there are plenty of reviews to give you the lowdown on the device. What do the two things have in common? Nothing until now, as it looks like we’re going to get a Moto X Football edition.
When it comes to Android 5.0 Lollipop, users are excited to see it power their phones. As such, manufacturers are trying to deliver the update as soon as possible, and, while at it, share as much information as they can on the process, and its status, with their customers. Whether that’s on social media outlets […]
The Motorola-made Google Nexus 6 was made official last week and will release next month. The smartphone will be running the new Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system version and has a much larger display than previous Nexus handsets, putting it firmly in phablet territory. With this in mind we have a video to share that […]