Motorola announced three new devices on Tuesday during an event in New York City.
The new premium flagship Moto X Style is the successor to last year's Moto X, and it'll only cost $399 without a contract, which is an amazing price for a premium flagship device. It'll be available to purchase in September.
The new Moto G continues Motorola's most successful line of smartphone will be available in the US for $179.99 on Tuesday.
For comparison's sake, the iPhone 6 starts at $649.
The other device it announced, the Moto X Play, is a slightly downplayed but more colorful version of the premium flagship Moto X Style, but it won't be sold in the US, at least for now.
Here's what you need to know about Motorola's new devices.
The new Moto X Style has a sharp 5.7-inch display.
It runs on pure Android 5.1 with some of Motorola's features built in. There are no layers, or "skins" on top of Android here. This is just about what you'd get from Google's own Nexus devices. It's the best way to use Android.
These are some of Motorola's own apps included with the phone. Don't worry, that "Games" folder on the left shouldn't be there if you buy a Moto X Style. Motorola was adamant that there wouldn't be any so-called bloatware apart from a few other Motorola apps, which aren't intrusive at all.