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Motorola begins Android 10 rollout for the Moto G7 Plus

Motorola hasn't had the best track record for updating its phones, but the company is moving moderately quickly with Android 10. The Moto One Power and One Vision already have the update, and now the next phone to get it is the company's current mid-range flagship: the Moto G7 Plus.

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T-Mobile's new REVVLRY phones are basically just rebranded Moto G7s

T-Mobile has been pushing its own-brand budget smartphones under the REVVL banner for a couple of years now. In the process, the series has shuffled between ODMs going through the REVVL, REVVL Plus, the REVVL T1 tablet, and REVVL 2. For its third generation of phones, the carrier has seemingly decided to partner with a very mainstream manufacturer to deliver on the all-new REVVLRY and REVVLRY+.

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Motorola releases kernel source code for the Moto G7 Plus

The Motorola G7 series has been widely available for a few weeks now. If you're a developer looking to make ROMs or custom recoveries for the phones, here's some good news — Motorola hast just released the kernel source code for the G7 Plus.

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Moto G7, G7 Power, and G7 Play hands-on: Is Moto losing the thread?

Motorola enjoyed massive success with the original Moto G phone. It came along at a time when reasonably priced unlocked phones were virtually non-existent, but the Moto G was soon joined by other low-cost devices. The value proposition has weakened over time as those other low-cost phones crowd the market, but the G-series has largely carried Motorola. The company didn't even bother to launch a full-fledged Moto Z flagship phone in 2018—the Z3 was a Verizon-exclusive phone engineered merely to plug into the still-unreleased 5G mod.

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Motorola Brazil accidentally leaks all Moto G7 specs

It's getting to be the time of year we'd expect a new Motorola G-series phone to appear, and look at that, Motorola Brazil just outed itself. The company posted product pages for the phones on its site, then quickly removed them. It was too late, though. Here are all the details.

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