More Details of the Moto X Leaked

More Details of the Moto X Leaked

The Moto X will come in white and black, and possibly more custom colors. (Image source: @evleaks.) 

In the past week, leaks of the new Moto X smartphone have been coming thick and fast, especially from the good folks over at Android Police. After hunting down the evidence, they've now put together an as-good-as-confirmed specs list of the AT&T variant of the phone (aka XT1058 or Ghost):

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro MSM8960DT dual-core 1.7GHz CPU, Adreno 320 GPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • 4.7-inch (or 4.5-inch without the on-screen buttons), 1,184 x 720-pixel display (possibly AMOLED)
  • 10.5MP rear camera with flash, 2.1MP front-facing camera
  • Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
  • NFC
  • 16GB internal storage (of which 12GB is user accessible)
  • 2,200mAh non-removable battery
  • 128.5mm x 65mm

We also know that the phone achieves an AnTuTu score of 18,753, and a 3DMark Ice Storm Extreme score of 7,143. This puts the phone faster than the Samsung Galaxy Note II, but behind the high-end Galaxy S4. But graphics performance seems to be better than the latter.

(Image source: Android Police.)

And if all these aren't enough, Android Police has since posted details of the Moto X's camera interface and swipe gestures; the phone's boot animation; and new features of the phone such as Active Display, Active Notifications, Motorola Connect, Lost Phone Web Portal, Motorola Migrate, Motorola Assist, always-on voice control, and more.

With Active Display, the Moto X will light up only the pixels needed to show the notification. The inference is that the phone will have an AMOLED screen. (Image source: Android Police.) The Moto X will also come with always-on voice control; in other words, it's listening to you all the time. There's even a training mode, so that the phone knows which is the voice to listen to when it hears several voices. (Image source: Android Police.)

For those who want all the juicy details, we've included the source links below. Alternatively, you can wait till August 1, the day the Google/Motorola phone is to be unveiled officially.

Source: Android Police (1, 2, 3, 4).

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