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Motorola: Why you don’t have Android Lollipop yet

Motorola: Why you don’t have Android Lollipop yet

Motorola: Why you don’t have Android Lollipop yet
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The mobile phone maker lays out the challenges involved in pushing out the latest version of Android to all Motorola smartphone owners.

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Phone Comparisons: LG G Flex 2 vs Motorola Droid Turbo
News from Android Headlines – Android News:

Do we have a good one for you today – the Motorola Droid Turbo up against the new LG G Flex 2. The LF G Flex 2 will grab this win in the looks department…the curved body and display add a different look and the self-healing back with its rear-mount buttons give the G Flex 2 the look and feel of a premium device.  The Droid Turbo is built like a brick house (ha-ha) – it has that great Motorola toughness about it, and still uses plastic reinforced with Kevlar, although a new option offered this year is a model with Ballistic Nylon on the back, which adds a nice grip to the device.  It has the unmistakable Droid ‘chin’ on the lower front and in your hand, it feels solid and comfortable.

Both devices are powerhouses that will satisfy almost every user.  These devices are very similar in both physical size and display size.  They both use a Snapdragon processor, although different models and both come with 3GB of RAM and offer a 32GB internal storage model.  After that, they both have the usual suspects – Dual-Band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC capability and a microUSB port for charging and data transfer.  Thanks to their Qualcomm processors, they both enjoy Quick Charge 2.0, although Motorola notches it up a ste…………… continues on Android Headlines – Android News

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