Moto X Leak Update: Screenshots Reveal Software Features

    To be frank, Moto X leaks might have already filled all the pages possible on online publications world. Moreover, the handset has been hyped and leaked more than LG G2 which at some point of time did appear a lot like Moto X.

    However, Talking about Moto X, we have already seen the full specs leak and Camera UI. Now there is a recent update on the same handset which show much more. In fact, this time it is the software front that gets a chance to show itself in clear alleged pictures.


    Moreover, Motorola Droid series have been announced recently and the still unannounced Google and Moto joint project Moto X is reported to share a lot of features with the Droids, but it's got a few extras of its own too.

    Folks at Androidpolice has been feeding the tech world with images upon images of the Moto X and here again they have appeared with a gallery of images showing the software segment of the handset.

    Moreover, Moto X will be announced carrying the already known features and specs by August 1. Further the Motorola Droid Maxx, Droid Mini and Droid Ultra are few of the latest handsets that comes with the rejuvenated Motorola designs and looks. Moto X also comes with some similar features and design and talking about the latest features, the handset will apparently come with Active Display, Active Notifications, Motorola Connect, Lost Phone Tracking, Motorola Migrate, Motorola Assist, Touchless Control And Launch Phrase.

    Let us have a brief look at the latest images of the Moto X that reveals the exclusive features.

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    Moto X Software Feature

    With the Moto X, there will be a phone tracking feature in-built. Thus the handset can be tracked down by using a Google account. Cool!!!!!

    Moto X Features

    In Moto X when one gets a notification, the handset will periodically light up the pixels needed for the notification. Swiping your finger down unlocks the phone, left and right clear notifications, and swiping up gets more detail. And when notifications are dismissed, the devices will simply remain asleep.
    The Motorola Connect Chrome Extension is also included in the Moto X as well. This add on will sync all the text messages and phone calls to Chrome. Motorola Connect also serves as the backbone for many of the services built into the device.

    Moto X

    Motorola Assist is also going to be included on the Moto X. This is the replacement for Smart Actions announced with the DROIDs. Assist changes your settings according to what's going on and where you are. For example, if you're driving, it knows to put your handset into driving mode. Late at night? Silent mode. The app has a Google Now-style UI. It looks more like a core part of the OS.

    Moto X Leak

    When you power up a new Moto X, it will ask if you want to migrate data from your old device. It can handle texts, call history, SIM contacts, media (presumable music, photos, and videos), and some system settings. This appears to be in addition to the usual Google backup and restore.
    The process is mediated by the Motorola Migrate app, which will be in the Play Store at some point soon. Just install it on the old Android device, and your data should zip over to the Moto X.

    Moto X Voice Command

    One of the most persistent rumors has been that the Moto X will have a voice control which can be called up by saying "Okay Google Now." Well, it will. Just like the new DROIDs, this phone will be listening all the time.
    The Moto X also includes a training mode (seen above) that helps your phone learn your voice. That way other people can't activate the search feature.

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