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You can pre-order the new Moto 360 with Wear OS today, ships in January

Wearable fans have something to be happy about today. After getting a glimpse of the new Moto 360 back in October, the smartwatches are now open for preorder and set to start shipping early next year. For better or worse, though, the watch isn't being produced by Motorola this time around. Instead, it's made by a company called eBuyNow who has licensed the Moto 360 branding.

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The Motorola One Hyper has a notchless display, pop-up camera, and charges really fast

The Moto One Hyper is the newest phone in Moto's rapidly growing lineup of "motorolaone" series smartphones, and unlike the other phones in the family, this one is a little more about specifications than edge case photography (though it does have a 64MP rear camera). The most striking thing about the Hyper is the notch: specifically, that there isn't one. This is Moto's first pop-up front-facing camera, and like the OnePlus 7 Pro, it gives the phone a clean, full-screen look.

I had a chance to check the Hyper out briefly in Maui at Qualcomm's Snapdragon Tech Summit, and I think it's fair to say this is the strongest showing in the current Moto One portfolio, combining reasonably respectable performance credentials with serious battery, storage, and charging chops.

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Motorola will start making flagship phones again in 2020

Motorola has struggled to find its footing in the smartphone era. After early successes like the Droid, it increasingly fell behind the likes of Samsung and OnePlus. After focusing on cheaper phones for the last few years, Moto says it's coming back to the flagship space in 2020.

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Motorola One Hyper leaks with pop-up selfie camera

Motorola hasn't released a flagship phone in quite some time, but it just keeps cranking out "One-branded" mid-range devices. The next one will most likely be the Motorola One Hyper with a pop-up selfie cam. We can say that because Motorola Brazil accidentally left renders of the rumored device sitting around on its website for anyone to find.

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Moto Z3 Play Prime Exclusive is $220 ($180 off) for today only

If you're after a Motorola phone with just a bit more gusto than the $150 G7 Play, the Z3 Play has also been discounted for Black Friday. It's currently just $219.99, marked down from its regular price of $399.99. It's arguably an even better deal than the G7 Play for just a bit more money.

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Amazon's Moto G7 Play is $150 ($50 off) for Black Friday

If you're looking for a decent budget phone, the Moto G7 Play might be something you want to look into. Regularly priced at an already affordable $199.99, the G7 Play in Amazon form is now $149.99 for the next 12 hours.

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Moto Razr has a hinge 4 years in the making, IP68 rating, and other tidbits

If you're eagerly awaiting your chance to order a Moto Razr come January, then there's no amount of teasing that will neither discourage you nor help you pass the time. But there are a few factoids about this flip phone with a folding display you may not have caught right at the announcement, so we thought you should get to know some of them.

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Verizon's revolutionary new Moto Razr doesn't even work on its 5G network

Motorola finally announced the long-rumored Moto Razr yesterday, and it's going to be launched exclusively on Verizon in January 2020. While the company positions the device as revolutionary and cutting-edge, there's one thing in it that certainly isn't that: Its antennas can't receive Verizon's mmWave 5G transmissions.

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The foldable Moto Razr is official, coming exclusively to Verizon on January 9th for $1,500

There are some grown adults who don't know the satisfaction of snapping a clamshell phone closed to hang up on someone. Well, those days are coming back with the new foldable Razr. Motorola has unveiled the device after months of leaks, most of which were right. The new Razr is a Verizon exclusive, and it'll cost you a whopping $1,500 when it launches in early 2020.

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Super expensive folding phones distract from a simple truth: phones are boring now

Smartphones have become boring. And I don't mean that in some kind of ultra-enthusiast, super geeky, and technical way. I mean that, for most people, smartphones are not an interesting, let alone exciting, thing. Most people look at buying a new smartphone like buying a new pair of running shoes: you read some reviews on a few blogs, you browse Zappos, maybe you even go down to a local athletic store and try some on. In the end, you buy some shoes, you keep them for a couple years (or longer, I'm not judging!), and you replace them when they seem worn out.

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