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Motorola 2014 Pipeline

Motorola 2014 Pipeline

This last spot warranted a debate between Google Play Edition devices, Galaxy S5 spawn like a Galaxy S5 mini and Motorola's devices beyond a possible Moto X 2. To us, Motorola was one of, if not the most exciting Android manufacturer of the year with the Moto X and Moto G. The Droids were solid but they weren't the focal point.

We expect Motorola to release multiple phones, per year, and we expect any Moto X successor to be joined by other devices. Maybe we'll see a higher-end phone, maybe we'll see a Moto G successor with solid specs and an even better price. Motorola has combined fantastic prices with user customization and stellar hardware and software, a winning combo.

We're excited to see what it comes up with next, in 2014.

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  1. Michael Hall

    12/17/2013 at 1:50 pm

    Are you serious? You say that LG don’t offer the software support of HTC and Samsung. Really? Do you read other blogs?

    Samsung have been consistent in NEVER delivering software support! Yes, they offer software updates but surely you know that this is totally different to software SUPPORT.

    The latest 4.3 android update in the UK is classic of their attitude to their customers. Remember, most high end phones are not locked to providers and so it is Samsung that provide the updates.

    Many customers S4’s are now routinely exhibiting major problems (including mine).

    The support from Samsung? Nothing – absolutely nothing! They had to be dragged kicking and screaming to even admit there were problems.

    What communication have they made to customers with details of expected fixes – none – absolutely none. And I have an active Samsung account.

    LG customers have been spared having their phones partially ‘bricked’.

    Be thankful for that!

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