Motorola has lifted the lid on its Moto X and shown customers what they can expect from the firm's latest mobile phone.
The device has been heavily-marketed as the “designed by you” smartphone and was made official by engineer and senior vice president of product management at Motorola Rick Osterloh in New York City.
It brings with it a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chip which gives the phone a processor speed of 1.7GHz and Adreno 320 graphics all powered by a 2,200mAh battery which claims to last for 24 hours of usage with 13 hours of talk time.
The handset also comes with a few exciting features such as touchless control via Google Now and miracast wireless display capabilities. Voice command can be prompted by saying “OK Google Now” and Motorola say it only takes a three-step training process to get the smartphone to recognise your voice.
Along with this is the QuickCapture feature which allows users to go from “pocket to pictures in two seconds” and the handset “breathes” which means information is constantly updated.
Although the company advertised its plans for the US, nothing was confirmed about when it will reach Aussie shores.
Posted by Samantha Green