Rumors about the Motorola Moto X have been getting more and more intensive theses days and we even managed to get a glimpse of the upcoming smartphone from the Google-owned company. The latest bit is particurlarly interesting though - the Moto X smartphone was seen in the hands of no other than Eric Schmidt, Google's Executive Chairman. Mr Schmidt was spotted using the handset at the on-going Allen & Co. annual conference in Sun Valley and judging by the quality of the shots, he wasn't trying very hard to hide it.
The images give us a clear idea of what the upcoming smartphone from Motorola is going to look like. We didn't get any confirmation of the previously leaked specs though. As you might recall the Motorola X is said to sport a 720p display and a 1.7 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset along with 2 GB of RAM, 10 megapixel rear camera and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
Update: We also got a video, which shows the Moto X being used at a Google event. You can check out it below:
Update 2: We have another image of the Moto X, this time showing the smartphone from a much closer distance. We can make out the smooth plastic at the back along with the LED flash and the loudspeaker grille. However, since there is no label next to the camera, we are not able to confirm the resolution of the sensor used in the camera for now.
As we already know, Motorola X is going to be assembled in United States and the smartphone is expected to start shipping later this summer.
When will it be available in India.. am getting restless to buy one.
Moto X = 2nd Rock-phone HTC One = 1st Rock-phone Rock-phone definition : Like the naming, they ROCK-ing happily on the flat table phone.
moto x is very slim and cool phone its sutes every one