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Motorola’s budget e6s packs two rear cameras and sticks to Android Pie

Amid falling sales and increasing competition from its peers, Motorola has undoubtedly seen better days, even after its Lenovo acquired it. Despite that, the company has continued its efforts in the budget to mid-range line with developing markets in focus, while it's also expected to re-enter flagship territory after being virtually absent for a while. Within days of bringing the Moto G8 to some key markets, Motorola today introduced the entry-level e6s (stylized as e6s) with a dual rear camera setup.

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Motorola announces the Moto G8 for Brazil, Europe, and other places that aren't the US

Motorola unveiled a few new G-series phones several weeks back, but there's another budget Moto phone on the horizon. The Moto G8 is official, and it shares a lot of features with the G Power and G Stylus. One thing it doesn't share is availability—this phone is only coming to Brazil, Europe, and a few other regions.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip vs Motorola Razr: What's different between these two clamshell foldables?

Following a decade of seeing black, rectangular glass slabs grow in size while swapping their backs between metal and glass, foldables are taking over to become the face of phone fetish. The nostalgia-invoking Motorola Razr went on sale not too long ago and was closely followed by Samsung’s clamshell Galaxy Z Flip. With the two foldables officially out now, it’s time to revisit this comparison to find out which one deserves your dough.

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Motorola One Hyper with 4,000mAh battery now available for only $300 ($100 off)

Motorola's One Hyper hasn't been on the market long at all, but we've already found a chance to pick one up with a pretty decent discount, courtesy of the manufacturer's website. While this phone may not have cutting edge specs, it offers seriously spacious storage and a massive battery, especially considering its price point. Right now, you can get an unlocked Moto One Hyper in your choice of blue, red, or purple for only $299.99, saving you $100 off the MSRP.

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LineageOS 16 Pie arrives on the Moto G7, Xperia Z3, and other phones

LineageOS is the most popular custom ROM out there, boasting official support for dozens of phones and tablets. The project is best known for breathing new life into older devices, and since we last covered Lineage, builds have become available for nine more phones ⁠— including some old favorites.

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Moto Razr teardown shows off tiny dual batteries and ultra-thin folding display (Update: iFixit results)

Just a day before photos of the gold Moto Razr leaked for all to see, a YouTuber was busy tearing a black version of the coveted phone to pieces. The much-anticipated second coming of the Moto Razr isn't even on the market yet, but that hasn't stopped the folks over at PBKreviews from cracking it open to see all the goodies tucked inside.

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Motorola Razr meets pocket sand in JerryRigEverything's durability test

Foldable phones, at least for the moment, are significantly more fragile than more common types of smartphones. The screens are plastic to allow folding, not glass, and the gap between the screen and phone body can allow dirt to get inside — something Samsung learned very quickly with the first batch of Galaxy Folds. We already have a general idea of how durable the Motorola Razr is, but now Zack from JerryRigEverything has given us a better picture.

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Motorola Razr 'breaks' after just 27,000 folds in CNet's testing video (Update: Motorola's statement)

The long-term durability of folding phones remains in question following the original Galaxy Fold's issues. Last year SquareTrade put the redesigned version of that phone to the test, with CNet later live-streaming 100,000 automated "folds" without damaging the device. This time it's the new Motorola Razr facing scrutiny, and CNet is again live-streaming its attempts to wear the folding mechanism down.

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Hands-on: Motorola unveils the Moto G Power and Moto G Stylus with triple cameras and massive batteries

Motorola has pulled back on flagship phones in the last few years, focusing its efforts on the G-series phones. It launched a lot of phones in the G7 generation, and we've been expecting a full Moto G refresh after the company rolled out the G8 Plus in select markets late last year. Today, Motorola has announced a pair of new G phones for everyone, the G Power and G Stylus. Both phones have three cameras and big batteries, but the Stylus trades a little battery capacity for the stylus slot.

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Purported Motorola One 2020 phones may include 5G modems, curved displays, and more

If you think the show-stealing Moto Razr is the only slick device up Motorola's sleeve this year, think again. According to information received by XDA Developers, the Lenovo-owned company is working on a pair of 5G phones that feature 90Hz curved "waterfall" displays, and we have picture-proof that at least one of them exists.

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