Motorola Moto X 11th July Launch Denied, To sport Clear Pixel Camera and Dual-SIM support
Earlier (July 7th) - Remember the mysterious and confirmed Moto X, the upcoming flagship device from Motorola?
Motorola had published an ad campaign of this upcoming device on 4th July in The New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post as a full page spread. The ad title, "The first smartphone designed, engineered and assembled in the USA is coming," was pretty straight forward to understand that, Motorola was talking all about the MOTO X.
The ad campaign was not at all a mystery till yesterday, as it clearly showed "Moto X. Coming Soon." at the bottom, and today an observant reader noted that the people jumping into the lake looked to be in the shape of an "X" and an "I", and went on to posit that this might be pointing towards July 11th as an important date, because XI is the Roman numeral for 11.
The same was reported by Leo Laporte, who has been invited by new Motorola employee Guy Kawasaki to an event at Motorola on July 10th and 11th. Kawasaki made it clear that, it is an event where selected tech journalist (total of 50) are invited, which means, it is possible to hear some or the other news about this awaited Moto X on that day or about the rumoured Droid RAZR Ultra, Droid Ultra M or about the leaked Droid MAXX.
After all these clues and mystery now its time to jump on to the leaked images. Nowhereelse.fr have leaked some colourful back panel of Moto X. To remind you all, Brain has revealed that Moto X will be the first phone that will be fully customizable, which means we can design the device ourself. The same was seen tagged on the Moto X tagline, "Designed by you. Assembled in the USA."
In addition, GforGames has also leaked some images of front panel of Moto X with the device back itself. The images published by nowhereelse and G4games confirms that, Moto X will come with varieties of colour options and will have changeable back and front panel. The leaked front panels also confirms that the bezel of Moto X will be very thin and the device will have on-screen buttons, with front camera at the top right corner and the sensors at the top left corner (beside the speaker).
To remind you all, Moto X is rumoured to feature 4.7-inch HD display, 1.7GHz Dual-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro Processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, 10MP rear camera with 2MP front facing camera and a removable battery.
Update - Some more images of Moto X has been surfaced online with a disappointing news. According to AndroidCommunity, Motorola and Google has no plans for launching Moto X on July 11th. The folks of AC reached out to Motorola and Google for confirming about this launch. In addition, the new leaked images shows that Motorola is planning a dual-SIM version of Moto X too.
Also, PhoneArena is reporting that, Motorola's upcoming handset, Moto X, will feature a new type of camera called as "Clear Pixel Camera". The camera will support gesture controls. We are not sure about what actually clear pixel camera means, but as per Taylor Wimberly's post on Google+ it means "dark, blurry pics and lack of details will be things of the past."