Motorola’s next Moto Mod may be a VR headset

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New Moto Mods are becoming rather de rigueur lately, with tons of interesting if not completely practical gadgets made to snap onto the company's compatible phones. Moto Z users have had keyboards, snap-on Polaroid photo printers, 360-degree cameras…
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Layoff rumors stir surrounding Motorola’s Chicago workforce

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There’s a rumor stirring that Motorola is laying off as much as half of its Chicago workforce, which is quite a serious claim to make. The ex-Motorola employee posted on TheLayoff that “Motorola Mobility (Lenovo) just tapped 50% of their Chicago workforce on the shoulder to let them know they are being laid off.” Their supposed last day of work is April 6, which is just under a month from today. The ex-Moto employee hasn’t really provided any proof to the claim, but it does line up with Motorola’s shaky future. Not long ago, Bloomberg reported about Lenovo’s “downward spiral” with no signs…

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[Deal Alert] The gold Moto Z2 Play is $349.99 ($150 off) from Motorola’s website

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The Moto Z2 Play is one of Motorola’s dozen budget phones; if you want something relatively-inexpensive with Moto Mod support, this is the phone for you. The original $ 499 price tag was somewhat ridiculous, and Motorola temporarily dropped the price to $ 350 last month. If you missed out on that sale, the unlocked Z2 Play is once again $ 349.99 from the company’s website.

If you’re not familiar with the phone, it has a Snapdragon 626 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a 5.5-inch 1080p AMOLED screen, and a 3,000mAh battery.

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Motorola’s Moto G6 Play leaked in regulatory filing

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Motorola’s Moto G6 was absent from this week’s Mobile World Congress, thus missing the obvious annual refresh time frame after last year’s G5 was announced at the show. Presumably, the G6 and G6 Plus are still due sometime in the coming weeks; the series is known for representing perhaps the best value in midrange phones. During MWC, Motorola teased that something is on the way, but before the official unveiling, a Moto G6 Play phone has been leaked by Taiwanese certification agency NCC, as noted by TrendyTechz. (I don’t choose the blog names, people.)

The company typically tacks “Play” onto a phone’s name to signal that it has long battery life, and that appears to be the case again here. The G6 Play is expected to have a 4,000mAh…

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Motorola’s low-cost E5 Plus may pack a big screen in a sleeker body

Motorola might not reserve large updates for its higher-end smartphone models this year. Leaker Evan Blass has posted an image of what should be the Moto E5 Plus, the bigger-screened device in the brand's expected low-cost phone lineup, and it's clea…
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Motorola’s newest Style Shells are made out of Gorilla Glass

Motorola has launched five new Style Shells that are made out of a combination of Gorilla Glass 5 and polycarbonate. These can be mounted on the back of any of the Motorola devices that supports Moto Mods. Retro Stripe • Overlapping Triangles • Graphic Flowers • Expressive Curves • Colored Leaves The new Style Shells come in five patterns, Retro Stripe, Overlapping Triangles, Graphic Flowers, Expressive Curves, and Colored Leaves. These new glass variants join the existing wood and nylon options. Being made out of glass does make them bit more fragile than the other…

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Motorola’s 2018 lineup may include an iPhone X lookalike

Someone might have just spoiled Motorola's 2018 in a big way. Droid Life has posted a trio of leaks which, if accurate, hint at some big changes to the Lenovo brand's smartphone lineup. The headliner would be the Moto X5, and it's not hard to see w…
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[Deal Alert] Get the Moto Z2 Play for $350 ($150 off), G5 Plus for $200-240 ($20 off), and more from Motorola’s site

The mass frenzy of Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales have ended, but there are still a few deals popping up for holiday shoppers. Motorola has now discounted most if its product catalog on its online store, including the Moto Z2 Play, Moto G5 Plus, Moto X4, Moto E4 Plus, and the original Moto Z.

First up is the Moto Z2 Play, which is $ 349.99, a savings of $ 150 from the MSRP (only the unlocked model is on sale).

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Motorola’s latest Moto Mod is a $200 Polaroid photo printer

Motorola has struggled to come up with compelling Moto Mod accessories, and its latest attempt is a partnership with Polaroid. The new Insta-Share Printer Moto Mod plugs into your Moto Z device so you can print your snapshots instantly on 2×3-inch adhesive sheets. Does that sound vaguely fun? Well, you’ll pay $ 200 for the privilege.

The Moto Z camera gains a few new capabilities with this mod attached. You can take Polaroid photos with filters and borders, then print them immediately.

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Motorola’s new Polaroid-printing Mod might be the best reason to buy a Moto Z


I’ve got to hand it to Motorola. When everyone else has all but abandoned modular smartphones, the company just keeps on churning out new Moto Mods. Today, the company introduced what might be the best one yet: A Polaroid printer that snaps onto the back of your phone. It seems to be pretty much exactly what you expect. Snap it onto the back of your phone, take a photo (there’s even a hardware button on the cae), and then print it right from your phone. You can also print your existing photos from Google Photos, Facebook, and Instagram. My only regret…

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