Motorola is all in the news again since the company is now signing invitations for gathering scheduled for August 1St This year and to take place in New York. It means Motorola is ready to release its first ever Smartphone registered under Google, the Moto X. Unlike Apple being hushed up yet hinting upon invitations being sent out, Motorola is not at all secretive regarding its Smartphone release rather the company has made its intentions for the event clear.
News from an authentic source that is aid to have experienced the new Smartphone prior release revealed the handset has a size reaching 4.5 inches, includes a 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon MSM8960T processor, has up to 2GB internal memory and the removable back cover is Kevlar. Whereas as rumors from other sources flew in suggesting the Smartphone runs Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2, includes 16GB of internal flash memory and has a front as well as a rear camera of 2 Megapixels and 10 megapixels respectively.
Gauging from the specifications leaked so far, the Moto X Smartphone isn’t going to be anything new or a major breakthrough for that matter instead Motorola flagship is going to provide an impressive alternative to the less affordable Smartphones such as Galaxy S series, Galaxy Note series, and iPhones 5.
Even though the specs are not major attraction, some have speculated Motorola is going to use interesting software features as main selling areas in the Smartphone. To aid these rumors, an ‘always-on’ feature is said to be included in the phone that follows voice commands after the user gives command “OK Google Now.” By default the feature will be disabled to cater to privacy issues.
Some other mentioned features include accessing the camera app by flicking the wrist and all notifications summarized when you use the phone after it has been left unused for a while.