Motorola Moto X Release Date, Specs and Footage Leaked

Motorola’s been a lot in the news lately. The company has allegedly 8 devices under the works for us before Christmas. These include the Droid, the Droid Maxx, the Droid Turbo, the Moto S, the Moto G, the Moto X+1, the Moto X Play and finally the Moto Shamu. And that’s not where the interesting part begins. Apparently, the devices are interlinked as well, meaning that the fate of one depends on how well the other does. If the X+1 does well, then we might not be getting to see the Droid Turbo. For more, click here.

Much hype has also been created about the Motorola Shamu which is being said to be the next Google Nexus smartphone, or the Nexus 6. Until now we have quite a good idea what the Motorola Shamu will be like, courtesy of leaks all around the internet. Just a week back, a huge Motorola Shamu leak laid out the device specifications in detail. According to a GFX Bench benchmark, the Motorola Shamu will be a high end device, a path not generally taken by Nexus smartphones.

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Moving to a digital place where we would perhaps no more see the physical pens and notebooks (not going to happen hopefully!), handwriting is one of the most important capabilities for cognitive growth. Samsung has released a new Galaxy Note 4 teaser focusing on the importance of handwriting and Note’s efforts of making it seamless and natural on the phablet. In the Galaxy Note 4 teaser, Samsung focuses on how important handwriting is for children.

- Relevant read: Flexible Screen and Premium Metal Body – Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Ready for IFAGalaxy Note 4 teaser

However, handwriting is also important for elders too. It is one of the most natural and easier skills to adopt in to a lifestyle and take note of things as we go. From bad handwriting to incomprehensible words, we may not excel in this skill but it definitely is one of the most crucial skills. Easier handwriting and the availability of S Pen is one of the primary reason for many fans that go for the Note every year. 


The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is going in full swing with tech celebrities getting on the challenge. This ice bucket challenge is designed to bring awareness and raise funds to fight ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), a progressive neurodegenerative disease affecting nerve cells in brain and spinal cord. Following the lead of the “human” leaders, we are now looking at the Samsung Galaxy S5 taking on the challenge and nominating other smartphones leading the smartphone technology world. In this video, Samsung Galaxy S5 has nominated HTC One M8, iPhone 5s, and Lumia 930.galaxy s5 ALS ice bucket

- iPhone 6 vs Samsung’s 4.7-inch Galaxy Alpha in Pictures

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While many are complaining about Sammy having turned a charity cause into a marketing gimmick, we don’t seem to hate it. Everything in this commercial world is definitely tweaked to benefit the products or the companies at the end of the day. It is no different then for the case of Galaxy S5 ALS ice bucket challenge. ALS

Motorola Moto X Release Date, Specs and Footage Leaked

This just in. As we all know, Evan Blass, better known by his twitter title @evleaks announced his retirement a while back. It was sad news, since it meant that we would no longer be getting accurate and reliable device leaks. Well, it looks like you can’t keep a good leaker down, since @evleaks has decided to give us all a retirement gift. Or should we say ‘gifts’. As a final goodbye, the notorious tipster has shared with us press renders allegedly belonging to the Moto X+1.


@evleaks Posts Moto X+1 Renders – Several Adjustments Including Re-adjusted Power Buttons Present.

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Credible sources have leaked out some details about the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 camera just a week before its launch on September 3rd. According to these sources, Samsung’s latest edition of its popular phablet will have a 16-megapixel camera with IMX240 Sony sensor, optical image stabilization (OIS) module and much much more. Galaxy Note 4 camera is expected to oomph up the charm of smartphone photography that Samsung Galaxy S5 delivered. If the latest leak is to be believed, we are definitely looking at a camera equipped with better technology.galaxy note 4 camera

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 camera:

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 camera is set to win the hearts – hopefully! According to the latest leak sourced by

Motorola Moto X Release Date, Specs and Footage Leaked

Well it looks like folks over at Motorola are looking to get real busy this year. With the launch of the Moto X+1 and the Moto 360 getting a September 3rd launch date, the company already seems to have some impressive devices under the hood for us. The Moto 360 in particular is the most hyped Android Wear device out there and is supposed to feature several impressive features. These include a heart rate sensor and wireless charging which eliminates the need for all the clunky charging equipment to be carried around. The device was recently listed on Best Buy as well but has been taken down as of now.


Xiaomi Mi 4 was launched last month in a mega event making quite a few strong splashes the world of technology. Coming with some high-end features and a beautiful design, Mi 4 is powered with a quad-core Snapdragon 801 chip. However, it is not the metal frame or the processor that has been incessantly talked about since the smartphone’s launch. Mi 4′s features a 13-megapixel rear shooter with a new Sony sensor that everyone was interested to see making some good charms in the smartphone photography. After the launch, we did see some Xiaomi Mi 4 camera samples and AnTuTu benchmark, today comes the first set of real-life shots taken from this Sony sensor of Mi 4. Xiaomi Mi 4 camera samples

Relevant: Xiaomi Mi 4 Camera Samples and Benchmark Scores

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Based on Android 4.4.4 KitKat, Barebones has been compiled using CM11 offering a great level of customization. Barebones CM11 Android 4.4.4 KitKat is one stable ROM giving you some of the best battery backup as you go by using your smartphone. Here is how to update HTC One M7 to Android 4.4.4 KitKat using the Barebones CM11 custom firmware. update HTC One M7 to Android 4.4.4

Barebones CM11 Android 4.4.4 details:

  • rooted
  • init.d support
  • busybox
  • All CM11 settings
  • Removed Bloat
  • Init.d Tweaks (Speed/Battery + forced ondemand governor and noop I/O scheduler. Also optimized oom values and ondemand governor)
  • Build.prop Tweaks (Speed/Battery + Removed unnecessary logs and added optimization tweaks for pictures and such)
  • Removed Apps (List of apps down below.)
  • Removed Boot Animation + Unnecessary fonts and sounds
  • Removed Google Analytics via noAnalytics Remix (Just like in the AOKP ROM)
  • Silent Camera
  • Zipalign on boot
  • Database optimization on boot
  • ART & MultiBoot compatible!

Samsung’s foray into metal with its 4.7-inch Samsung Galaxy Alpha is being considered as one step in the right direction. Draped in a high quality metal frame, Galaxy Alpha is a sleek smartphone with high-end specs. As was rumored earlier, this is actually an attempt to compete against Apple’s products which highlight using premium metal and not plastics. Apple’s iPhone 6 is expected to feature the same 4.7-inch display bringing both the tech giants almost offering similar products to the consumers.Galaxy alpha vs iphone 6

On one hand, Cupertino has this year increased the display size, on the other, Korean has introduced some metal into its smartphone – both in attempts to please their consumers and increase some more share as they go by. This is actually a proud moment for all the consumers who have been pushing these two tech giants to introduce better quality and bigger screen real estate. While this post is in no way taking side of any of these brilliant products, it will actually show you iPhone 6 vs Galaxy Alpha in pictures so you could see both the competing products in one place.

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With the Moto 360 getting a September 4th launch date officially, very soon we’ll be able to lay our hands on Motorola’s highly anticipated smartwatch. Courtesy of various leaks around the internet, we’ve been able to learn quite a few details about the Moto 360. The Moto 360 will be manufactured from stainless steel, will feature an ambient light sensor, an impressive battery   and will also be the first Android Wear device to feature a heart rate sensor.


Word out of China says that the Meizu MX4 will be launched in just two days. Even though the MX4 hasn’t seen that much of a hype as the Xiaomi Mi 4 saw, nevertheless, the device seems to be a solid offering indeed. Enought details have appeared about the Meizu MX4 so far to help us get a solid idea of what the device will be offering.

Starting from the resolution, the Meizu MX4 looks to have a resolution of 2560 x 1536 with an aspect ratio of 15 : 9. Courtesy of screenshots that appeared just yesterday, apart from the resolution, the device will also be running on Flyme 4.0. In addition to this, the Meizu MX4 will be launched in two variants which are the MX4 standard edition and the MX4 high end edition.

Motorola Moto X Release Date, Specs and Footage Leaked

We’ve seen quite a lot of news about the Moto X+1 for the past couple of months. July started off with a major Moto X+1 leak which ended up covering almost everything about the flagship smartphone. After that there was word that Motorola’s next flagship would be running Android L. And the finally we received word from Motorola itself that the Moto X+1, Moto G2, Moto 360 and what looks to be bluetooth headphones will get a September 4th launch date.

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With the launch of the Galaxy, Samsung has finally decided to move away from plastic as the only material for it’s smartphones. The Galaxy Alpha is Samsung’s first smartphone to feature metal. But that’s not the only Samsung device that’s to come with metal. The Galaxy Note 4 which will be launched this September is also expected to feature a metal frame.

According to sources from Samsung’s supply chain, the company is not done with metal simply by launching the Galaxy Alpha and the Galaxy Note 4. Samsung is also reportedly planning a full metal body design for the Galaxy S6. Of course, hearing such news about the next Galaxy flaghsip smartphone isn’t new. We’ve been hearing reports prior to the Galaxy S5 and the S4′s release that they too would feature an all metal body.


Mobile, technology, apps, social sharing, networking, emails, games, WhatsApp, now take up a major part of our digital lives. We have, over time, become so engrossed with technology, that we can hardly repel it now. The kids have done the same; they are even more glued to their smartphones. As things stand, Android OS enjoys a majority share of the smart phone market. According to BI intelligence, in terms of market share, Android has the lion’s share of the pie vs every other smartphone operating system. With so many people using Android phones every day, it is only natural to consider that many more people are now susceptible to losing them, than before. Keeping that in mind, we have put together a list of Android apps which can help you locate, lock and remotely wipe your Android handsets, should you ever lose it.


Samsung’s latest high-end smartphone Galaxy Alpha has been keeping itself in the limelight, first with the rumors and now with its beautiful design. While still similar to much of the typical, plasticky Samsung Galaxy line-up, the device makes an attempt at showing the willingness by Korean tech giant to move towards metal. Samsung Galaxy Alpha also made some people upset with its seemingly poorer 12-megapixel camera when compared to the flagship Galaxy S5. However, the samples and sensor details show some promising results. Here is the Samsung Galaxy Alpha camera sensor details with some samples taken in various Galaxy Alpha camera sensor

Read: 4.7-inch, Metalicious Samsung Galaxy Alpha is Official!

Samsung Galaxy Alpha sensor:

Samsung Galaxy Alpha is fitted with Samsung’s in-house 12-megapixel CMOS image sensor with ISOCELL

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