Sunday, July 14, 2013

Moto X features leaked by a Rogers training video, confirmed to be coming to Canada

If you needed anymore confirmation that the Moto X was coming to Canada through Rogers look no further than today's leak. In what appears to be a Rogers Tech Talk video, the Moto X, a Rogers exclusive, is demoed with various features.

One of the features that might scare people in light of the NSA surveillance controversies in the US is the "Always Listening" functions that allow users to dictate Google Now commands without touching the screen.

Another feature is "Active Updates", which instead of a notification light shows a notification via the screen with a discreet icon.

The last feature highlighted was in the camera which can be turned on by twisting the phone in your hand twice as well as its burst shot capabilities. Personally the twisting motion seems like a gimmick but only a full review will tell whether its better than a physical camera shutter button.

One last thing the video reveals is the Black and White versions will initially be available from Rogers in August.

As far as specifications are concerned there is still no consensus on what hardware this phone will be running. It's expected to launch with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

Check out the full video after the break.

Source: AusDroid

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