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Motorola to Release 8 Phones in 2014
The year 2014 might be a bustling one for Motorola, with 8 approaching phones that will entrance before Christmas, if a new news is to be believed.
Gadgets NDTV has stumbled on an insider news that claimed a following inclination to be suggested and launched before Christmas arrives:
– Droid Maxx
– Droid Turbo
– Moto X+1
– Moto G
– The Nexus codenamed “Shamu”
– Mto X Play
– Moto S
Various rumours have surrounded these devices, yet a many critical and many approaching ones are Moto X+1 and Moto G2, prototype of a Moto X and Moto G respectively, and approaching to entrance on Sept. 4 during a pre-IFA event.
According to a source, this was certified by Motorola India, where it was reliable that a Sept. 5 eventuality will be hold in lieu of a dual mentioned smartphones.
Android 4.4.4 Coming to Moto X
The Android 4.4.4 Kitkat refurbish is visiting Motorola once more, and a subsequent device to lined adult for a refurbish is a Moto X in a U.K..
Spotted by Android Central, a Android 4.4.4 Kitkat brings in a series of new features, including a improvements and fortitude of a new OS, softened picture peculiarity in camera, a new postponement feature, softened Phone dialer for some-more unchanging use and a new Motorola Alert app that will concede for periodic notifications with your plcae to your contacts. It’s also a new app that’s now adult for giveaway download over a Google Play Store.
As per usual, there are dual ways to download a Android 4.4.4 Kitkat OS, that is possibly around a wi-fi network or by primer changing of settings, according to a official Motorola website.
Moto X+1 Expected Features (Credit: YouTube/TechnoBuffalo)
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