Every so often, Motorola updates its camera app with bug fixes and maybe a couple of new features. This latest Moto Camera update is rather hefty, adding several new features. Highlights include a selfie portrait mode for all Motorola devices now, AR stickers for the Moto Z3 and Z3 Play, and a nifty watermarking feature.
Here’s the changelog:
Like most Android One phones, the Motorola One isn’t all that exciting. But for less than £200 it’s a great buy.
The flurry of Android One phone launches in the past few months has given us one of the more unusual devices in Motorola’s lineup. The Motorola One sits adjacent to the more mainstream Moto G6 series, offering a different balance of features for its £269 price tag.
Lenovo announced two new Android One devices in late August 2018: the Motorola One and One Power. The budget smartphones marked the Motorola brand’s first Android One handsets outside of the US-only version of the Moto X4. Both are fairly middle-of-the-road Android devices when it comes to hardware, but software support is the real selling point, with promised updates to both Android Pie and Q, along with three years of security patches. Read More
Android Pie is now rolling out to the Motorola One and One Power globally was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Amazon sells several ‘Prime Exclusive’ phones on its site, which have a lower initial price in exchange for pre-installed Amazon software. The Prime phones are already cheaper than their non-Prime counterparts, but now they’re even less expensive. The Moto X4, LG Stylo 4, Moto Z3 Play, LG V35 ThinQ, and Moto G6 are all on sale.
First is the Moto X4, which is now $179.99 ($70 off). It has a Snapdragon 630 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage (with a microSD card slot), a 5.2-inch 1080p screen, and IP68 water resistance. Read More