Leak: Motorola’s Moto X+1 Will Cost Under $400

Moto X+1 to come with a 5.2-inch full HD screen, Snapdragon 800?

The Moto X+1 has reared its fabled head once again today thanks to a leak from @evleaks. The leak comes in the form of a picture which shows the Moto X+1 right next to a price tag for AT&T. How much? $400. Assuming that’s the unsubsidized model, that’s a good deal for a smartphone with…

Lenovo acquires patents from NEC

Lenovo acquires patents from NEC

At one point we thought that Lenovo could acquire NEC. Apparently, the Chinese firm isn’t looking for the Japanese company’s handset portfolio, but its patents. We’ve no information how much Lenovo paid for the privilege, but we do know they got NEC’s 3,800+ patent families filed in numerous countries around the world. The portfolio includes…

Lenovo unveils a range of affordable A-series tablets

Lenovo unveils a range of affordable A-series tablets

Lenovo unveiled a new range of affordable tablets. The A-series devices come in three different flavors, with screen sizes ranging from 7 to 10.1 inches. Unfortunately, the Chinese firm failed to go into details, though we do know that all of these will rock quad-core chips. Here are the highlights; A7-30 – Armed with Dolby-enhanced…

Lenovo acquires Unwired Planet’s mobile patents

Lenovo acquires Unwired Planet's mobile patents

Lenovo is in the mobile game for the long run. The Chinese firm has recently acquired Motorola from Google, and has gotten a number of patents (or licenses) as part of the deal. That, however, isn’t enough for one of the world’s top phone makers. So they’re acquiring Unwired Planet’s mobile patent portfolio that includes…

Google Holding Project Ara Developers’ Conference in April

Motorola Project Ara

Project Ara has found itself in the hands of Google after the company sold off Motorola Mobility to Lenovo this last January. The modular smartphone will be getting its very own developers’ conference in April. The Project Ara developers’ conference will mostly take place online, with a handful developers attending on-site conferences at the Computer…

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