The upcoming smartphone from Motorola has been the talk of the town ever since we heard about it for the first time. The Moto X has been leaked numerous times and recently, we also saw the device with Eric Schmidt, the Google Executive Chairman at the on-going Allen & Co. annual conference in Sun Valley.
Now, the image of the Verizon bound Moto X has surfaced and the latest leak reveals the presence of the LTE radio in the smartphone. The image hints us that the upcoming device from Motorola might be running a newer version of Android.
Interestingly, the background behind the on-screen soft-keys looks semi-transparent in contrast to the solid black bar on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. However, this could well be a software customization, but with Android 4.3 around the corner, there is every chance that we are looking at what could be a new look for the stock Android launcher.
The Moto X will be assembled in the United States and the smartphone is expected to be announced in August.
yes..the four cores...
Apparently a mid range( 4cores, 2GB?, LTE) smartphone, with damn good battery. with dust, water proof. cheap, and free of bloatware. Any thing missing?