A report by Blancco, an international data security company, states that Android crashes 44% of the time while iOS only crashes 25% of the time. The biggest culprit to device failure rate is the Samsung Galaxy S6.
Whether you’re looking for a quick burner phone, or perhaps just something to replace your broken phone until the new crop of devices arrive this year, you could do a lot worse than the Moto G 3rd Gen. Right now, it’s only $150 on Amazon ($30-off).
It’s not a holiday you’d probably associate with deals, but sales leading up to Valentine’s Day are popping up everywhere. We already saw what the Google Store is offering, discounting both the gold Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X a full $50. Now Motorola is chiming in with a handful of deals of their own. Here’s what’s being offered.
New reports are coming in that folks on the Moto G 3rd Gen are starting to see a soak test for Android 6.0 Marshmallow. One Google+ user claims that his friend received the goods earlier today, showing a build number of 24.11.3.en.03 and listing Android Marshmallow under the highlights section.
Motorola is continuing to prove that people will flock for an affordable smartphone if it packs enough of a punch to do whatever you want with it. The 16GB 2015 Moto G (3rd Gen) has been sold out on Moto Maker.
There was a lot of news to cover this week in the mobile world. Chris was at the launch event for the OnePlus 2; he shares his thoughts about the device and the event. Motorola unvieled three new phones: Moto X Style, Moto X Play, and Moto G 2015.