Android Marshmallow Update News: Moto G3 to Get it By 2015-End? Moto G, Moto …

28 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Did Motorola ‘shrink and pink’ the new Moto 360?.

Motorola Moto G created history when it was introduced and was one of the most popular smartphones in the world, featuring a major comeback by the company.

The Moto X Pure and the LG G4 smartphones have gone head-to-head in a set of camera tests on auto mode, showing what they can do in various scenes and environments.Over the years, many electronics manufacturers have been guilty of the “shrink it and pink it” approach when it comes to designing devices specifically for women. As we get ready for Google to unveil the new Nexus devices in the next couple days, we thought it would be a good idea to catch you up on some of the best Android-related videos of the week.

Both the new Moto 360 and Huawei Watch showed up on our doorstep, and we’ve wasted no time unboxing and giving you our first impressions on both devices. We’ve also published our full reviews of the Huawei Mate S and BLU Vivo Air LTE, and brought you some handy tips and tricks for your brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 5.

Smartphone cameras have become increasingly impressive — allowing users to capture high-quality images without having to carry around a professional camera. New-generation smartphones have improved their cameras in virtually every aspect, enabling them to perform well in various conditions including low-lit environments, cloudy outdoor scenes and indoor lighting. Though it wasn’t the first to offer a smartwatch with different band options, Apple’s approach for selling the Apple Watch was similar but much more comprehensive. The display size of this device (5.7 inch) is even bigger than Motorola Moto X Play which comes with a 5.5 inch display and may feel way too big for many users. The buying decision for consumers keep getting more difficult with every brand trying to woo them with better hardware at lower prices, military-grade tech and much more.

It’s a strategy that seems so obvious: if you’re trying to sell as many watches as possible, the last thing you want is customer telling you they would have bought it if only it came in yellow (or pink, or gold, or black, or grey, or brown) or was just a shade smaller. The best thing about the design of this phone is that, it allows you to choose your design and even the material, which you want on the back side of the device. The first wave of smartwatches did have multiple band options, but they were mostly blue, black, and brown, and no one was doing multiple sizes until Motorola debuted slimmer bands for the Moto 360 in the fall of 2014. At the time, the company said the slimmer band was for “smaller wrists and for people who want a different look,” though many people drew the conclusion that Motorola was targeting women with the new 18mm band.

It probably knows that a woman is more likely to go rose gold than a man, but it doesn’t market any of the Apple Watches to one gender or the other. With the second gen Moto 360, Motorola has ditched its gender-neutral approach in favour of a line of watches just for men and a separate line for women. The women’s band measures 16mm wide (compared to the 18mm gender-neutral slim band released last year) while the men’s line has two different band sizes: a 22mm that matches the strap on the original 360, and a narrower 20mm band. Motorola’s reasoning for distinct men’s and women’s lines is that the watch and jewelry industries are constantly differentiating based on gender.

The device bundles with 3 GB of RAM, which is quite efficient to play several applications at the same time and is available with 16GB,32GB or 64GB internal storage. However, a direct comparison to the watch or jewelry industry isn’t necessarily fair either, given smartwatches are, first and foremost, consumer electronics. Aside from the fact that every woman will react differently to these watches, the tech industry hasn’t yet figured out whether a smartwatch is more gadget than accessory (or vice versa). After all, many believe the best way to market and sell a wearable device is through traditional clothing and accessory retailers rather than electronics stores.

In other news, Google’s latest operating system, Android 6.0 Marshmallow is all set to be released on the LG Nexus 5X and the Huawei Nexus 6P on 29th September probably. It’ll be interesting to see if women react to this in the same way as “shrinking and pinking” attempts from electronics manufacturers become commonplace, or if they’re drawn to these more feminine options in the same way they are traditional jewelry. However, the first users to experience the Android Marshmallow 6.0 are users of Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player when the developer rolls it out. However, the company recently decided to make it available through a wide range of online and offline retailers with the help of their distribution partner Brightstar India.

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