Motorola’s Next Flagship “Moto X” Featured in a Leaked Rogers Video

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

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in both black and white models.

Moto X - Voice Commands

‘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.

Moto X - Active Updates

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.

Moto X - Camera Burst Mode

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.

Source YouTube | Via Android Central