In case you didnt know, Motorola is set to announce the Moto X tonight in New York City. The Moto X is Motorola’s new flagship device and will be manufactured in the US. So what do we know about the Moto X so far? A lot really. Here’s a quick recap of what we have learnt from all the various leaks online. Continue reading to find out more, and to check out a leaked video of the device.
The Moto X sports a 1.7Ghz dual core Snapdragon processor, 2 gigs of RAM, a 10MP camera with 1080p video shooting @ 60fps. Don’t be fooled by the seemingly weak processor, because this flagship device allegedly crushed the Nexus 4 and Galaxy S3 in several scoreboards.
The device will have a 4.7 inch display, but with a really compact form factor of 125.9mm tall and 66mm wide. Apparently its thickest part is a mere 8.7mm, and the thinnest end of the phone is an astonishing 5.8mm. Exciting stuff indeed. Of course, the device should be running Google’s latest Android 4.3 OS.
The device is purported to have several customisation features (though I doubt they will be available here in Singapore, if the phone will be available here at all). This includes the ability to engrave your name, and to select from a wide array of colours (it’s recently been leaked in neon green).
Interested to see the device in action? Here’s a leaked video below. It’s in Thai though.
But the question that most people will be wondering is, will the device be available worldwide? Well recently photos of the Moto X has leaked from Hong Kong, leading us to believe that a worldwide release is likely. So keep your figers crossed!
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