After announcement of Nexus 5 from Google, Moto G, a budget device with decent specification and big screen was announced by Motorola. Moto G is the second device after Moto X by Motorola after acquired by Google.Moto G has been announced about a week from now and now we know that the Google powered Moto G will come to Singapore very soon. I say congratulations to all Singaporeans to have chance to own Moto G in near future.
Samsung has their own TouchWiz UI, Sony has their own Xperia UI, HTC has their own HTC Sense, same to Motorola, they have their own UI too, named Motoblur. If you have no idea what is MotoBlur, you could try this MotoBlur Launcher to know more on MotoBlur Launcher UI. This MotoBlur Launcher UI is taken from motorola’s android phone Motorola Razr. This launcher should be working on non-motorola devices with Android 4.0 ICS ROM. Let’s try and explore the beauty of Motoblur UI launcher.
Firstly, I would like to wish all the Malays in Malaysia Selamat Hari Raya & Happy Independence Day. Thanks for this 3 days of holiday where everyone in Malaysia can have a long break before striving on work. There are many promotions & giveaway offers for smartphones in this holidays where you can bring your latest gadget to celebrate the annual Hari Raya and Hari Merdeka with all your friends. Wish you have a nice day and enjoy your long-waited holidays…
In the beginning of the infographic, TV comedy predicted the future to have mobile phone, it happened in 1965-1970. According to Wikipedia, the first hand-held mobile phone was demonstrated by Dr Martion Cooper of Motorola in 1973. It was about 38 years ago, Motorola was the first company to own and introduce mobile phone. I’m not that young, so I still remember the first mobile phone I saw which owned by my sister when she was sent to university, it was Motorola branded!!! I still remember I owned few Alcatel & Motorola “dummy” phones as well as the most “popular” Nokia 3310 when i went to university. I would say Nokia 3310 was really a tough tough phone where it was hardly to be broken, not as easy as the “smartphone” today ^^ What smartphone are you using today??