New Delhi: We have been hearing about the Moto X smartphone from Google-owned Motorola for quite sometime now, but a leaked promo video from a Canadian wireless carrier has now showed off the device. The video has not only revealed when the phone is coming, but has also divulged what all the phone includes.
The promo video reveals that the phone is coming to Canadian carrier Rogers this August, and will be available in both black and white models.
The video boasts of Google Now. Moto X, the first smartphone from Motorola under Google's watch, will allow users to operate the device with their voice. Using Google Now, users will be able to perform tasks without touching the device.
A leaked promo video from a Canadian wireless carrier Rogers has showed off the Moto X and revealed what all it includes.
Picking apart a notification light, the Moto X is said to include active updates, thereby translating notifications into display notifications on the screen.
Moto X also lets users launch its camera by twisting their wrist twice. There is no need to press any button or sliding any icon to launch the camera. Once launched, users can snap photos by tapping anywhere on the touchscreen.
This is all the leaked video tells us. Stay tuned for more updates about the phone.
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