Google bought Motorola on August 15th last year, and since the buyout there has been no new smartphones made by the both company. The first smartphone after the buyout is the upcoming Motorola's flagship Moto X, which could be an interesting device if the rumours are to believe.
The latest leaked video is suggesting that we could see the same feature found on Google Glass, meaning the new device is always listening. The Google's Voice Assistant will work by default and will accept orders by starting with "Ok Google Now" instead of "Ok Glass." Another intriguing feature is that users will be able to launch the camera with just a wrist twist, reducing the need to unlock the device.
According to speculations, the smartphone will be exclusive to Canada and is expected to be available in August for Rogers Wireless customers.
|Topics||Motorola, Google, Google Now, X Phone, Moto X|