Motorola announces Defy Pro

Ruggedized smartphone is a niche market, and if we go by the history, Motorola is popular for these kinds of phones. Motorola was the first company to launch a rugged Android smartphone back in 2010, which was then marketed as water-resistant, dust-resistant, impact & scratch-resistant, and was essentially achieved with the help of port covers

Unboxing & Quick Review Video: LG Double Play On T-Mobile

Anyone who’s been a fan or follower of thedroidguy for any amount of time knows we like to check out phones with unique form factors. The Kyocera Echo, the Droid Pro and the Pantech Pocket are all phones that may not have won the hearts of Android enthusiasts but were unique in their own right.

No Nexus Branded Phone Is Going To Have A Keyboard

So Dr. Panda Seuss is back with more Samsung Nexus Prime poetry, this time I’m going to get in front of the story before any of my other writers do and just cut right to the chase, Google is not going to allow a phone branded “nexus” to have a physical keyboard. The Nexus series

Motorola Droid Pro Heads To Cellular South As The Motorola Milestone Plus

Cellular South, the largest privately held regional wireless carrier, and strong supporter of the Android OS has announced the addition of another Android device to their portfolio. The Motorola Milestone Plus, bares a stunning resemblance to the Motorola Droid Pro on Verizon Wireless and the Motorola XPRT on Sprint.  The Motorola Milestone Plus is Cellular

T-Mobile Charm.. well Charming 1st Look

Except for it’s Droid Line on Verizon people have been questioning the effort that Motorola has made on other carriers with their Android handsets. Sometimes I feel like I was the only person on the planet that thought the backflip and it’s ability to use the back portion for scrolling, or it’s unique form factor