Moto X: Motorola Mid End Phone Launched with 10MP Camera, Google Play Edition Coming Soon

    Here comes the device, which is high on style and flaunts mid-end specifications. Yes, finally Motorola's highly anticipated flagship device, introduced under the leadership of Google, has been announced today with much enthusiasm.

    Google and Motorola has unwrapped Moto X in an exclusive event held in New York. The previous leaks were right, as Motorola will after all offer customizable options, so that users can opt for unique styling as per their own taste.

    For American consumers, the phone will be made in US. Designed and manufactured in America, it's the comeback of manufacturing sort of.

    Moto X Launched with 10MP Camera, Google Play Edition Soon


    Moto X -- Key Specifications

    The Moto X features a 4.7-inch AMOLED display having resolution limited to 720p HD. The device runs on Motorola X8 processor, a customizable variant of Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. Hardware wise, Moto X is a mid-end smartphone.

    That said, it's foolish to compare the device with likes of Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One. Motorola will promote Moto X, as a lifestyle device with customizable features.

    With Touchless control feature, the smartphone listens to you, and actions are performed as per your voice. There's a 10-mega pixel camera found on the rear back with LED Flash and 2-mega pixel camera fitted on the front side.

    Motorola claims the built-in camera will perform exceptional in low-light conditions. The device supports 4G LTE connectivity. In America, Moto X will be made available from leading network providers. For instance, the so-called customizable options are limited to those, who purchase the device from AT&T. The front panel will be offered in two colors: Black and White, while as many as 18 pack panel covers to choose from.

    Memory capacity is limited - 16GB and 32GB, as per AT&T press release. So it is impossible to expand the internal memory via microSD card. The Moto X will be purchased unlocked, after all like any other Nexus hardware. Lastly, Motorola has planned to offer Google Play Edition of Moto X, as well. More details about Google Edition Moto X are yet to be surfaced.

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    Moto X - Highlighted Features

    Under the leadership of Google, America's dying handset manufacture - Motorola gets a new lease of life. And the Moto X is just the beginning. The device is more about design and customizable features.

    Consumers can design the device on their own, even a wallpaper for that matter. While the hardware wise, Moto X is an average affair. It comes with a 4.7-inch AMOLED 720p HD display. In terms of processor, a 1.7GHz dual-core processor coupled with 2GB of RAM and backed by Adreno 320GPU, is an ordinary affair. The makers have added a 2,200mAh Li Ion battery. Android 4.2.2 comes out of the box.

    As mentioned above, a 10MP camera boasts off " ClearPixel technology" with 1080p Full HD recording. Expect the device to land in US stores around August end or early September. US based carriers like AT&T and Verizon have announced their respective plans. Stay tuned to GizBot for the newest updates.

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    The First Customizable Smartphone is here - Moto X

    Moto X back panel covers comes in 18 colors. 

    Tochless control

    Moto X recognises users voice , which helps in performing day-to-day activities.

    Active Display

    Moto X comes with AMOLED display, and with Active Dislay feature the phone will run for longer time


    Moto X teaser

    Moto X comes with a 4.7-inch display and more

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