Vietnamese site Tinhte has once again leaked the anticipated Moto X device from Motorola. It's shown here running what looks like mostly stock Android with Motorola's signature circle widget. It's also shot alongside an Apple iPhone 5.
Meanwhile, (unofficial) pricing information on the handset has been revealed as well, with the device coming in at $299 for the 16GB model, and $349 for the 32GB version. It seems that being made in the USA will not have a significant impact on the price, either. In Europe, you can expect the Moto X to cost €299 and €349, respectively.
The oft-leaked Moto X is slated to run on a dual-core 1.7 GHz CPU, 2GB of RAM, and a 4.7-inch 720p display. There's also a 10.5 MP camera with 2.1 MP front-facer, 16 GB of internal memory, all running on android 4.2.2 - although with a possible Android 4.3 announcement from Google just around the corner, that last bit may change.
We'll hopefully find out more about the device come August 1 when the it is slated to get announced in New York City. Be sure to check back with us then!
This cracks me up.. at 2:10...Motorola Confidential Property... I am a very light phone user but would love a data phone... a am praying for Ting to support the Moto X.
What's with the video? Why is the background moving independently of the phone? It is so distracting.
What you say is bull shit !!! As a computer scientist i should say that until now, Multi core CPU is not used by many application , so normally they are used only in some rare applications optimized for that, like video playback. I have actually an...