Motorola’s Sprint Bound Moto X Smiles For the Camera
A picture of a Sprint ready Motorola X leaks out into the wild. Remember Motorola? Of course you do. The company that invented the cell phone has been missing in action for the past year or so and is plotting its return in a big way…hopefully. Way back in 2011, Google up and decided they needed to own Motorola and bought the company for some 12.5 billion. Since then there have been very few new devices from the once dominate droid maker. Rumors, speculation and all sorts of assumptions have been circling the Motorola X’s potential and it looks as if we may have gotten our first look at a real Motorola X phone.
The details surrounding what the Motorola X phone will be are still just speculation at this point, but thanks to Phonearena.com we have a glimpse as to what the build for at least one Moto X phone will look like. The picture above shows a piece of Motorola Confidential Property in the wild. It is a test device that is said to be working on Sprint’s Now Network in preparation for launch. Motorola’s CEO, Dennis Woodside, confirmed that the flagship Moto X is set to launch later this year. The CEO went on to explain that the X would take advantage and rethink available sensors to allow the X to be “aware”. Pull the X out of your pocket and it wakes by itself in anticipation of your use. Launch the camera app by simply adjust the device into a picture taking position and the application will open. Alongside its nifty camera tricks and useful features the Motorola X is expected to come running with a 4.7 inch touch screen with a 720p pixel resolution, a 1.7 GHz Snapdragon processor, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of expandable memory. Also known as the XT1056 the source says the handset is running Android version 4.2.2 and comes with a removable battery. Earlier rumors also suggest that the Moto X will be water proof. And just like that the excitement ends! But it’s good to know that Motorola’s next flagship is right around the corner. It is shaping up to be the smart phone to wait for.
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