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Google X Phone being designed by Motorola

Google X Phone being designed by Motorola

Google X Phone being designed by Motorola
News from TrustedReviews:

Motorola is working on an official Google X Phone, according to the latest reports.

The Wall Street Journal claims that the Google-owned mobile phone manufacturer is “hard at work on a sophisticated handset,” which has been dubbed internally as the “X phone.” It will be launched in 2013.

According to the report – which claims to have been drawn from “people familiar with the matter” – Motorola is designing the X Phone with cutting edge features to make it stand apart from rivals such as the iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S3.

These ambitious plans have hit a few snags along the way, though. In fact, issues with manufacturing and supply chain management have led to a rethink of some of the Google X Phone’s brave design decisions.

For example, the report claims that the Google X Phone was intended to have a flexible screen, but this may now be jettisoned. Simi…………… continues on TrustedReviews

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Motorola Electrify M Review (US Cellular)
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Motorola is really pushing their DROID RAZR series pretty hard, and while they’re only exclusive to Verizon customers, the company has been slowly migrating their RAZR lineup to other carriers by making some minor changes to the design and branding. US Cellular already has a few Motorola devices in its arsenal, one of which is the new Electrify M, the equivalent to Verizon’s DROID RAZR M, which we took a look at a few months ago. It’s available now exclusively on US Cellular at a price of $ 99 ($ 149 if you don’t have the carrier’s 4G LTE in your area). The phone is classified as a mid-range handset, but it proves that big things can come in small packages. However, let’s find out if US Cellular’s latest Motorola device is worth your time — and more importantly —…………… continues on SlashGear

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