Motorola Leaks 3G Updates To Investors
Jan 23, 2007, 3:30 PM by (staff)
Motorola will be launching 3G versions of a number of popular models as well as introducing the high end SCPL platform this spring, according to a presentation Ron Garriques gave to investors last week. The presentation revealed a 3G KRZR, the K3, as well as a redesigned 3G RIZR called the Z8. In addition the presentation reveals that a GSM/EDGE Q is still on the company's roadmap, and a second generation model, the Q2, will be announced in both HSDPA and EV-DO versions at 3GSM next month. Garriques also mentions the SCPL (scalpel) platform that Motorola has been has talked up for over a year now as a broadband (3G or WiMax) family of handsets.
Hands On with the Moto X
Motorola showed off three new handsets today, including the Moto X Style - or "Pure Edition" - for the U.S. market.
Motorola Pushing Lollipop to Moto X and Moto G
Motorola today said that owners of the second-generation Moto X and Moto G handsets can update their phones to Android 5.0 Lollipop. Motorola has made Lollipop available to the Moto X Pure Edition, Moto G GSM (U.S.), and Moto G GSM (Global) retail versions sold in the U.S.
Google Adds Q&A Feature to Slides for Android and iOS
Google today announced an update for its Slides presentation tool that adds the ability for presenters to easily field questions from attendees/viewers. Slides now include a link within presentations that viewers can click on to submit questions for the presenter.
Moto G to Come In CDMA and GSM Variants
Motorola has revealed there will be at least two variants of the Moto G handset for the U.S. market.
Moto is just scared!
Scalpel??? Cmon now...
Now, I know razor can have bad connotations, but it can also have positive ones. When I think scalpel...I ONLY think of surgery or cutting flesh--two things that I don't think should be associated with a phone.
What do you guys think?
not for cingular
imagine the battery life of a wimax scpl
SCPL will be a whole family of phones, including clamshells, bars, sliders, spinners, and QWERTY devices.