Earlier in September, Apple announced the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, marking the introduction of the company’s latest flagship devices. Before that, though, Motorola announced the Moto X Style (and Pure Edition for the U.S.), its latest attempt at creating a noteworthy flagship among plenty of other Android-based hero devices.
Every year, Apple launches a new iPhone. In between those releases, though, other companies are busy trying to steal attention away, at least for a little bit.
Apple is now accepting pre-orders for the Apple Watch starting Friday April 10th. Though the product looks promising, the Apple Watch is not the only smartwatch on the market. Competitors include the Pebble Time, the Moto 360 and the Samsung Galaxy Gear. In this article, we will nail down the features of the Apple and compare it with the Moto 360 from Motorola.
Recently, in an interview for The New Yorker, Apple’s SVP of Design Jony Ive made some comments regarding several different competitors, one of which was Motorola and the company’s Moto Maker initiative.
The Nexus 6 launched at the tail-end of 2014, and while the device is crammed full of high-end specifications, according to the company’s former CEO there’s one feature that was regrettably left out.
It was widely believed that the next Nexus-branded smartphone would be unveiled in October, and Google came through with the official announcement on Wednesday, October 15.
Since June, Motorola has essentially been on a tease campaign to drum up interest for their upcoming Android Wear-enabled smartwatch, the Moto 360. Early on September 5, the company finally officially launched the device.
Motorola has just launched new Moto X ads that takes a dig at other smartphones by calling them “Lazy Phone.”
The ads are quite brilliant, and highlight some of the features of Moto X such as Touchless control, Active Display and Quick Capture.