Friday, 2 August 2013

Full Details: Moto X Launched with 4.7 inch 720p Amoled Screen with Dual Core Processor Starting US $199

Motorola and Google have finally made the Moto X rumored device official, it is dubbed the “Moto X” and is designed with the “user in mind”. The Moto X comes with the ability of the User to design their own phone, it is designed and assembled in the US. Apart from awesome specs, this smartphone allows you to customize the smartphone, the way you want it. Lets Dive into Moto X.....

Motorola has also redesigned the structure of the Handset, with new processing via Moto’s new X8 Mobile Computing System. A SoC based on a Snapdragon S4 Pro with a 1.7GHz dual-core Krait CPU and a quad-core Adreno 320 GPU and 2GB Ram, positioned alongside two unique Motorola processors, including one to handle language interpretation  and a contextual computing core, which manages the smartphone’s sensors. Both of which are designed to ensure minimal battery drain when using these services.
The Moto X can Proved To be a Milestone For Motorola as Motorola is Having Some Trouble time. As we Know That Motorola has Shutdown their market in some of Country Including India as Motorola Couldn't Face Competition from other Competitor in those Country. Now The Question is Will Moto X will Save Motorola From Sinking Down. The Answer Lies within the Times.

The new Moto X has a 4.7-inch AMOLED display running at 720p, a 10-megapixel “ClearPixel” camera with 1080p video recording and will run Android 4.2.2. With the online app called Moto Maker, you choose the colors, and decide on the details: front, back, accents, memory, wallpapers, even add a name or a short message, a wooden case is also in the works and Motorola claims there are more than 2000 options with more to come soon.

To make those special orders possible, Motorola is assembling the Moto X in Texas, making it the first smartphone to be put together in the U.S. Motorola promises to ship custom designs within four days, faster than it would be able to if the company had chosen to make the Moto X halfway around the world in Asia, as other phones typically are. (Phones for overseas markets will be made overseas.)

The screen allows the Moto X to do some other tricks, though: AMOLED displays can be lit up pixel by pixel, and a feature called Active Notifications takes full advantage. Motorola’s research found that that people turn their phones on and off an average of 60 times a day, just to check the time or identify the beeping in their pants. So Moto X starts to pulse when you miss a call or get a text, and a small square in the center of the screen displays the time and icons for your notifications. Tap anywhere on the screen you can see into the notifications without unlocking the phone, and open right into the app you need. It’s a great feature, even if I’m not a fan of AMOLED displays; the Moto X’s screen is too saturated and contrast-heavy, and the white balance is off as well.

The Moto X is powered by a 2,200mAh battery offering up to 24 hours of “mixed” usage and the handset is 4G LTE enabled. There’s a 10-megapixel Clear Pixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, both of which shoot 1080p video. The camera also lacks a shutter button. Instead, you tap anywhere on the screen to take a photo. Keep pressing on the screen, and the camera will take a series of shots in succession. 

Speaking of the camera, Motorola did a good job of keeping it simple. With the Moto X, you have to swipe the screen from the left to access the settings. That way, the buttons aren't there to hit accidently. To access your gallery of photos, you swipe from the right. Again, you won't be getting old images accidently and miss the chance to snap a new one.

Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, GPS and GLONASS, a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, Miracast Wireless Display, NFC and a nano-SIM.

Moto X is the first smartphone that responds to customers’ needs, delivering the best of Google services, while providing unprecedented personalization such as:

 Touchless Control 

First seen in Google Glass and then in voice search on Chrome, the feature lets users control the phone with simple voice commands prefixed with "Okay, Google Now." This also lets users access Google Now, Google's voice-based assistant that fetches information and performs tasks like fixing appointments, setting up alarms, and doing currency conversions. The interesting bit is that you don't need to touch the phone or take it out of your pocket. If enabled, it always actively listens to the user and follows commands.

 Active Display

Motorola has put an AMOLED screen on the [Moto X](LINK TO PRODUCT DB), and these displays can be used to selectively display information without affecting the device's battery life. First seen in some Nokia phones, the display offers notifications for messages, calls and other events and the current time, without having to unlock the phone. 

Quick Capture

The Moto X phone features a shake gesture that directly opens the phone's camera app. You need to shake the phone twice to turn on the camera to capture something spontaneously. You can then simply touch the screen to take a photo, similar to the Windows Phone camera app. One can also touch and hold to take multiple pictures quickly.

You can customise the body of the phone and choose from 18 back covers, different colour accents for the ring around the camera lens, accents around the volume and on-off buttons and get a personal message etched at the back of the phone. However, the customisation feature is limited to US carrier AT&T. 
Sales Begin at the end of August, the 16GB model will retail for $199 with a two-year contract on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular and Verizon, the 32GB is an AT&T exclusive which will ship for $249. For now only AT&T customers will have access to additional color options via the online app those on other carriers can choose from black and white.

Disappointment News is this outside US, Canada and Latin America. If you are waiting to get your hands on the Moto X, you'll be disappointed as Motorola has decided to sell the phone in only the aforementioned regions. So its Not Heading For India Region. Till then you can see Other Dual Core mobile reviewed by us Like iBall 4.5q

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