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Motorola is offering up to $300 off on its phones for Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day is fully underway, and there are a bunch of good deals you can find. If you're on the lookout for a new smartphone, some notable choices include the Google Pixel 6 and some OnePlus devices. But if you want even more options, Motorola has even more of its picks to throw in...

These are the Best Android Phones under $500 in 2022!

The budget smartphone segment has matured quite a bit over the last few years. Now, even the sub-$500 Android phones can provide a great experience, and you don’t need to shell out for a flagship to get decent performance. We've seen several excellent affordable smartphones launch this year, and if you're in the market for...

Motorola reveals which of its phones will receive Android 12

Google released Android 12 in October of this year, packed with countless improvements for privacy, security, interface design, and other components. The update has been slowly rolling out to select smartphones and tablets, and now Motorola has officially revealed which of its many (many, many) phones will receive the update. Motorola published a blog post on...

The Best Motorola One 5G Ace Cases to buy in 2021

Over the past few years, Motorola has launched a range of cost-effective Android smartphones that offer excellent specifications and features. One of its latest mid-range handsets is the Motorola One 5G Ace, and it's perfect for those who want an affordable 5G smartphone. Costing just $399, it sports a large 6.7-inch display, super-fast 5G connectivity,...

TCL 20 Pro 5G vs Motorola One 5G Ace: Which phone should you buy?

The TCL 20 Pro 5G is the company’s newest flagship smartphone. It isn’t taking on the likes of the iPhone 12 or the Galaxy S21 but will be competing in the mid-range segment. If you’re in the market for a new mid-range Android phone and wondering whether to pick the TCL 20 Pro 5G or...

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro, Redmi K40 Pro, Motorola Edge S, and OnePlus Nord Android 11 kernel sources are now available

The GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2) mandates every Android device manufacturer to publicly release the part of Linux kernel code that they have shipped on their devices. An ideal kernel source release should be accompanied by appropriate commit history, and all the dependencies are expected to be properly documented. While we don’t expect...