Motorola Moto X everything that is rumored about it
The new Motorola Moto X is about to be announced and we are excited a lot to see if the predictions that we have made will come true. We have assembled this article with all the rumored information about the new Motorola Moto X.
Customization goes first. This seems to be the final word from the executives of Motorola. It is obvious that the level of customization in the new Motorola Moto X will be tremendous and here we are talking about some serious level of freedom. It seems that from Motorola have decided to make it available for the users to decide not only on the color their device will be but also the materials. There are rumors that Motorola is about to set up an online portal service that will make it possible for users to decide exactly how they want their Motorola Moto X to look like. The default option is plastic but materials like aluminum, ceramics, wood and even fabrics will be available along with the new device.
Second goes the voice. Yep, this is the next major change that we are about to witness in the new Motorola Moto X. The device will feature an always-on capability, which is basically the phone listening to you all the time and looking for your commands in order to execute them immediately upon pronunciation. This may sound like sci-fi but it is not. Simply saying someone’s name after a keyword may trigger an easy call even if the screen is off.
Next comes Clear Pixel technology which is now confirmed for the DROIDs and it, as in the DRODs, will help a lot for those tricky pictures taken in low-light environments. It seems that Motorola are making some advancements towards having greater picture quality in dim environments.
Finally we will leave you with the known specs about the device
- 4.7-inch 720 x1280 p display
- 1.7GHz dual-core MSM8960 Pro (an updated Snapdragon S4 Plus with an Adreno 320 GPU)
- 2GB of RAM (possibly subject to customization)
- 16GB of storage (subject to customization)
- 10MP rear camera
- 2MP front camera
- 4G LTE (possibly 4G LTE-A) connectivity, dual LTE (dLTE) Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Smart Antenna
- ‘Industry leading’ battery life
- ‘Pure’ Android, to support ‘fast upgrade cycles’