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The Moto X is probably one of the most hyped devices in 2013. From being just a rumor to a confirmation from Motorola chairman Dennis Woodside. From leaked specs and images to official poster teaser, the phone often refereed to as Motorola's upcoming hero device, has been making news from all angles. From what seems like an endless wait, the company has finally announced that the new smartphone will be unveiled on August 1st, at a special event in New York City.
According to leaked specs, the device will run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and will come with a 4.5-inch screen, 1.7 GHz Dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960T processor with Andreno 320 GPU, 2GB RAM. The smartphone is expected to come with a detachable Kevlar rear shell, which should make this phone a sturdy one, able to resist drops. The phone was rumored to come with 1,500 mAh battery, but this believed not be correct.
No doubt this device is not a high-end one but, it seems like Motorola's intentions towards this device was to make it more of a feature-rich device. The Moto X comes with Moto Magic a voice command interface, which is always in a active state. It can understand commands after a user says "OK Google Now". However, this feature can be switched on and off in the settings. Moreover, owners can train the device to better understand their voice.
The Verge reports that the device comes with Auto HDR. What's this? Moto X provides a summary of notifications, once it's picked up after being idle for a long time. The gesture system in Moto X is going to be unique, for example, you can open up the camera app by just a flick of the wrist.
Certainly not every thing has been reveled about this phone, surely the company will have lot of new things hidden up it's sleeves. Gizbot will keep you posted on any further updates about the device.
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