On what could be said the first of its kind, Google launches its flagship device Moto X with an option to custom design your own phone. This could well set the trend for what could be the future of smartphones. With what Google owned Motorola calls it as “motomaker” you can custom design your Moto X by having your own colours for Back Panel, Front Panel, Accent, Signature and Even the Case as it can be seen on the Video below. Google calls it as “Designed by You. Assembled in the U.S.A”.
Secondly the phone comes completely “Google Now” enabled but as it was expected it doesn’t have what was rumoured to be the latest version of Android OS i.e., 4.3. In the video below Google demonstrates how “Google Now” can change the way things work with its new Moto X and on how it can be a bane for Apple’s Siri.
Moto X Quick Capture is a feature is a feature that lets you take a snap with the twist of the wrist, as it can be seen in action below:
The specifications was almost exactly the same as was leaked before the launch. Moto X comes with a powerful dualcore 1.7 Ghz snapdragon processor with 16 GB version of the device costing you $199 and 32 GB at just $250. Pricing on Moto X is definitely attractive and way lesser than the Apple’s lucrative iPhone 4S and 5. Look at the complete specs of Moto X in the image below.