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Press image of Moto X+1 leaks out on Twitter

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Press image of Moto X+1 leaks out on Twitter - read the full textA press photo of the upcoming Moto X+1 appeared on Twitter. The image was posted on the social network by @evleaks as a gift to mark his recently announced retirement. The press photo reveals the yet to be announced smartphone with Verizon branding. It showcases two versions of the device -...

 

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Only how need to return a fans and to be a new hignest smartphone of world Motorola x+1 need contain this primary specs:

1.Display.- 5.2" FHD - LTPS screen ( not AMOLED or IPS )
2.Memory.- 3 GB RAM
3.Chipse.- Snapdragon 805

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  • 2014-08-29 12:21
  • 3bmY

There was a recent MIT article about the ability to use infrared LED lights and machine learning techniques to turn a single-lens camera into a 3-D one.

technologyreview/com/news/529986/turning-a-regul­ar-smartphone-camera-into-a-3-d-one/

Someone on my Google plus feed wrote this comment about it:

>**MIT's New Single-Lens 3D Camera Looks a Lot Like the Moto X+1's**
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> Thinking of Google's +Project Tango, which is using a dual-camera prototype mobile device to provide 3D mapping of objects and of spaces that you walk through, This development from MIT that uses a single traditional camera lens in conjunction with near-infrared LEDs, which essentially turn the camera into both a traditional camera and an infrared camera.
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> What's particularly interesting about this new device is that it looks remarkably similar to the supposedly zero-flash camera being seen in early leaked photos that purport to show the upcoming Moto X+1 smartphone).
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> The alleged Moto photo shows only four small LED lamps of some kind surrounding the camera lens, while there are six near-infrared LED sensors in the MIT design, but the layout and the probable sizes is essentially identical.
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> My guess: Moto may be one of the first to get a single-lens 3D camera, probably not in the upcoming Moto X+1, but no doubt the multilateral brainstorming that's a part of the +Google ATAP team's product development may have inspired some further refinements at MIT - or vice versa.
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> At Google I/O next year the fruits of Project Tango in more production-ready form are likely to surface, and the form factor for Moto X+1-generation phones looks to be ready for the opportunity coming from Tango.

Also:

> “turn the camera into both a traditional camera and an infrared camera”

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> “sensors are coming out that can switch between regular camera and infrared camera”

wired/co/uk/news/archive/2014-02/25/eye-tribe-an­droid

Eye-tracking requires a camera that senses infrared.

Maybe this is the kind of switching sensor that the Eye Tribe eye-tracking company is talking about?

Or maybe I’m completely wrong.

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  • 2014-08-25 09:26
  • qbjx

Design of the Moto X+1 seems to be very ugly. Other specs are well.

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  • 2014-08-25 06:45
  • FYkn

This looks a piece of shit!!! All the beauty of the original is gone... :( :( :(

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  • 2014-08-23 12:57
  • 2@tc

So this is what happens when Lenovo takes over Motorola. I think they're intentionally and distastefully corrupting the (American) brands which they buy e.g IBM so that they can promote their own set of products. IDK, bottomline is, the x+1 is ugly.

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  • 2014-08-23 11:40
  • v0qT

What have you done Moto? I have always admired you and love your current running breed of products but this? Ugly Ugly Ugly. No different from countless chinese cheapos which are sold roadsides at $50. Grr. If was looking to have Moto X's successor next month but if this is what it looks like, I would better go with a Xiaomi product. No choice, sorry. I still hope its not the end product, or even if it is, it is not Moto X+1.

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  • 2014-08-23 07:42
  • fCxx

Front looks good but back ......specially black one looks damn ugly.....i think the camera and the logo should not have been placed together. Also the camera looks very loud to me.

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  • 2014-08-23 05:51
  • 2TYY

Does that look like a 16:10, instead of 16:9, screen? That would be nice. I've always prefered the 16:10 screen on the Nexus 4. A little bit of extra width is way more useful for rendering webpages, than the super tall narrow screens like in the HTC M8 and the iPhones.

Even the Nexus 5, though having a taller but not wider screen than the Nexus 4, didn't really create much more useable space. In fact, because of the way Android uses density independent pixels, the Nexus 5 displayed less information on it's screen than the Nexus 4, despite having a larger screen and higher resolution (because the change to a 16:9 aspect ratio resulted in density independent pixels being reduced).

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  • 2014-08-23 01:10
  • Rbq1

It has front facing speakers which if HTC has proven is great for multimedia playback. Where Moto X tmay have gone one better is the device isn't as long as the M8.

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  • 2014-08-22 23:42
  • S6$$

It looks like the screen is bigger within existing body that got a lot good reviews.

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  • 2014-08-22 23:40
  • S6$$

Nice phone. Not spectacular design but really practical and very, very compact! This is Moto! It is so compact that when you see that in that dimensions they also included frontal stereo speakers you could not believe. Really good!

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  • 2014-08-22 22:37
  • pk54

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2014-08-22 14:34 from qN1@ - click to readI had the GS4 and Moto X, Moto X looked nicer and felt more solid.

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  • 2014-08-22 20:06
  • kxIs

M waiting for this fone from 4 months after Moto X's release coz i thot moto x had little underwhelming specs namely dual core processor which is not future proof!

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  • 2014-08-22 18:48
  • Nw$X

It doesn't look as ugly as old mama Samsung. Her face is so dummy just as the plastic is made with. The S3 was a nice device for the time but they haven't changed much. Moto X+1 will bring better name to the popular Moto X.

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  • 2014-08-22 17:29
  • HCbs

If this will be the design of the upcoming moto x+1, it will be an ugly one.

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  • 2014-08-22 17:01
  • v0qJ

this looks ugly with d speaker grills like moto e.. white motox is so pretty but this white moto x+1 is evn uglier..

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  • 2014-08-22 16:03
  • KAev

> In reply to Techno J @ 2014-08-22 08:20 from iwpx - click to readIf moto 1 looks ugly and looks like the Samsung, then Samsung is ugly too?? Huh?

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  • 2014-08-22 14:34
  • qN1@

Dont put your new moto face down if your chopping vegetables since you may mistake it for a chopping board lol. I like quite like the wood ;-)

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  • 2014-08-22 14:20
  • DVXM

Woodden back looks, but front Moto-E-like grills don't. Black Moto X and Moto G minimal front is great, this doesn't look so good.

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  • 2014-08-22 13:52
  • pmnC

Looks good to me.

Motorola needs to offer this unlocked and with the frequencies of all carriers.

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  • 2014-08-22 13:30
  • gK2W

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