Sources: Motorola, CNET, TechCrunch, Forbes
quote: I have never had a situation where having LTE made something available that wasn't available with HSPA.
quote: To me this backs up what I know from experience with my Motorola Razr, that Android doesn't need killer hardware.
quote: Linux is a Unix-like computer operating system assembled under the model of free and open source software development and distribution. The defining component of Linux is the Linux kernel,
quote: What would you be doing with, for example, a GS4, that you wouldn't be able to do with the Moto X? What applications are you running which make full use of a quad-core processor and 1080p screen?
quote: So, the US can make a mid range phone for the same $$$ China builds a high end one.
quote: So the question remains is just what problem Motorola Mobility solves for Google. The Moto X doesn’t reduce Android fragmentation. Instead, it adds its own mildly customized user interface to the Android 4.x mix. It doesn’t answer the question of who is really in charge of the Android user experience, the OEMs, the carriers, or Google. And I have no particular reason to believe it will significantly reduce Moto’s losses, which are running at a pace of about $1 billion a year.Maybe Google has some grand scheme for its disparate efforts whose logic will some day be revealed to us. Or maybe it really is just a unfocused collection of efforts, ranging from handsets to self-driving cars, funded by a massively profitable search advertising business. Some day we will know.