Amongst several rumors and leaks, Motorola’s next flagship Moto X has shown up in a Canadian carrier Rogers exclusive video highlighting several features of the device. It is also revealed that the Moto X will be launched in August available
in both black and white models.
‘OK Google Now, what’s the forecast for today?’
The voice command system seems active all the time awaiting your commands; ‘Ok Google Now…..’ connects to Google Now to display the current weather report, driving directions and even setting alarms.
The Moto X also includes discreet notification system called ‘Active Updates’ which displays a pulsating application icon on the screen.
Another feature showcases camera improvements; no need to slide anything or select an icon but launch the camera application by twisting your wrist twice, touch anywhere on the screen to capture a photograph and a ‘burst mode’ by just touching the screen with your finger for a short period of time.
Below are several screenshots acquired from the AT&T version of Moto X available on Android Central forums displaying specifications from CPU-Z; a 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro with 2GB of RAM, 12GB of available internal storage running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and display resolution of 1280×720 pixels. Including a screenshot of Moto X ‘s voice control ‘Open Mic’ actively listening for commands even when screen is turned off.