Motorola’s Moto X Becomes Official
The Moto X gets official! In the past few weeks the stage for the forth coming Motorola, Moto X. Speculation surrounding the handset, its spec sheet and Google’s role in making the device have been all the rage these last few weeks. The rumors ranged from a customizable made in America design to the device being the Google flagship to end all flagships. To top it all off Motorola recently announced their latest Droid’s and it just thickened the plot surrounding the true meaning of the Moto X. Yesterday, Motorola have announced the new Moto X and only some of the speculation is true.
The Motorola, Moto X was finally announced yesterday and it seems that the verdict on the device is still out. With that said, the Moto X on paper sound awesome. Pictures of its hardware make it look perfect but its actual spec listing and price point seem to be a bit off. But, we’ll let you decide all of that on your own time. The Moto X was speculated to be a device that customers could customize via an online site which is similar to Nike ID where you can pick the device and color code it any way you’d like. Unfortunately, this feature of customizability will be initially limited to At&t customers. According to the TheVerge.Com, the Moto X will have about 504 different customizable combinations including two storage options, two front panel colors, 18 back panel color and around 7 accent color options. The Moto X starts with a 4.7 inch 1280×720 AMOLED touch screen display that is built in to a slightly curved matte body with a super slim bezel and 10.4 mm thin frame. It comes packing a 2200 mAh battery that Motorola suggests will offer a 24 hour life span, day to day. Internally the Moto X comes with a Motorola X8 system chip, also known as a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro MSM8960. This chip set runs with a dual core 1.7 GHz processor, Adreno 320 GPU, 2 GB of RAM, and 16 or 32 GB of built in storage. Around back of the Moto X we find a 10 mega pixel camera with an LED flash that can easily record video in full 1080p HD at 60 frames per second. A front facing camera an also be found on the Moto X sporting a 2 mega pixel sensor. Additional connectivity includes, GPS, Wi-Fi, Blueooth 4.0, micro USB and NFC. On paper the Moto X is not the highest end or most powerful device out there, but Motorola is banking on the fact that soft ware features with awesome hardware will lead smart phones into the future. Priced at $199 on contract the Moto X will be launching across all four major carriers while the customization and the 32 GB model will be At&t exclusives. The Moto X will be made available starting in late August and early September.
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