Motorola Moto X Hands-on Video Leaked, Moto X 'Moto Magic' feature coming soon
We don't think about giving any introduction to Moto X as it has been leaked a lot of times. Earlier Today, two hands-on video of the smartphone was leaked by a Reddit user. The first video was all about the new feature of Motorola, dubbed as 'Moto Magic'. The feature is no less than voice commands from the lock screen. The application used is Open Mic, and works in tandem with Google Now to perform voice-initiated commands.
For eg., when you say "Ok Moto Magic open www.techdroid.in," the phone will be unlocked (unless you have a pin or password or pattern set), and the command will be sent to Google Now, where Google Now will search for www.techdroid.in and will show the gathered results.
The feature also works with phone calls and webpage navigation commands, actually it's likely that most built-in search commands can work. You can checkout the feature in action below.
It wasn't only the Moto Magic which was leaked by KronikBudz (Reddit User), but KronikBudz also leaked all the specifications of the smartphone. First of all, the smartphone was AT&T certified means it was running on AT&T network and was measured to be of 4.7-inch, which is similar to the leaked specs.
KronikBudz after that ran the CPU Identifier app on the smartphone. According to that benchmarking app, the Moto X is running on MSM8960 x2 processor, which is apparently the Dual-Core Snapdragon S4 Plus clocked at 1.7GHz with Adreno 320 GPU.
In addition, KronikBudz has posted the screenshots of the specification of Moto X which he took from CPU-Z application. According to CPU-Z app, the smartphone has the same 4.7-inch HD Display with 1.7GHz Dual-Core Krait Processor, 2GB RAM, Adreno 320 GPU, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with 16GB internal memory (approx. 11GB user available), 10MP rear camera with clear pixel tech and tons of sensors. Below is a CPU-Z screenshot of all the sensors the X Phone packs with CPU Identifier application video.