Motorola is working on something big with Google. The phone - called the Moto X - represents the first major device launch since the company was bought by Google. The device has been shrouded in mystery for some time, but recent leaks have revealed pretty much everything about it.
You may remember seeing the leak from last week that showed video of the Moto X in action. Now thanks to evleaks, we have a high quality press render of the device in white:
So, what does it look like on the inside? Android Police found that the Moto X will come equipped with a dual-core Qualcomm S4 Pro CPU, 2GB of RAM, a 4.7-inch 1184x720 display, 10.5MP rear camera, 2.1MP front camera, 16GB of internal memory and Android 4.2.2. Of course, it will probably be upgraded to Android 4.3 in the near future.
All in all, we're looking at a decent mid-range smartphone. Its true claim to fame are the sensors that Motorola says will allow users to interact with their phone in all new ways. Even with the advanced sensor tech, it's looking like Google is targeting the cost conscious consumer with its first major smartphone from Motorola. There's no price yet, but it will most likely be pretty affordable.
So, when will you finally be able to get your hands on the Moto X? Motorola is unveiling the phone on August 1. It's not of the question to think that a launch would come later that month. Motorola has to compete with the already well established Galaxy S4 and HTC One, and waiting any longer would only hurt its prospects.