Rogers Moto X training video confirms exclusive August release
The upcoming Moto X from the “new Motorola” is the star of a leaked Rogers TechTalk promotional video obtained by AusDroid.net via a Hungarian Google+ user. Called “Rogers Wireless Moto X tech demo,” it shows off a number of new features we can expect from the much-anticipated device.
Similarly to Apple’s Siri and Google’s own Glass, the Moto X will respond to voice commands, in this case initiated with “Ok Google Now.” It will support commands to set alarms, get directions, and more. Active Updates, effectively an enhanced notification system, will deliver personalized updates on the screen. It will also include a fast-starting camera activated not by a screen gesture or button but simply by twisting your wrist twice. Camera features have also been enhanced. For example, there is a new burst mode that works by simply keeping your finger on the screen.
As for specs, the Moto X will reportedly come with a 4.7-inch display (1280×720 resolution), 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2GB of RAM, running Android OS 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
Update: Promo Video Download 202 MB
Updated by Cyber Warrior, Jul 16 '13 @ 7:22 PM.