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Motorola has today announced that it is bringing its flagship Moto X to the United Kingdom. The device will be available from February 1, and it’ll cost £380 ($624) off-contract or around £25 ($41) on a two-year plan. Unfortunately, it won’t be available with the same customization options that U.S. customers have seen, however.


Claims that Motorola is planning a budget version of the Moto X looked stronger last week when an upcoming magazine containing details of the “Moto G” was leaked online. And now Motorola has all but confirmed the device by teasing a Moto G unveiling for November 13.


Looking for a terrific, contract-free smartphone that won’t cost you a fortune? Then look no further than the Nexus 4. Google has today slashed $100 off its price tag, so the 8GB model is now just $199 from $299, and the 16GB model is now just $249 from $349.

You won’t find another smartphone with these specifications this cheap.

Google-Nexus-10Google unveiled its new Nexus 7 on Wednesday, and it’s set to be accompanied by a second-generation Samsung Nexus 10 “in the near future.” That’s according to The Wall Street Journal’s Amir Efrati, who got chatting to Android chief Sundar Pichai after the press event in San Francisco.


The new Nexus 7 won’t get its official unveiling until later today during an Android event with Sundar Pichai, but thanks to Best Buy, we already know all there is to know about the new 7-inch slate — including what it will look like, and its full list of specifications. So what else is there to see?

An unboxing, of course. So, if you’re into that kind of thing, you can check out the world’s first second-generation Nexus 7 unboxing below — along with some benchmarks.

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