Motorola confirmed the existence of the Moto X on the D11 conference but has not yet shown what the device will look like. They did however say, according to our source, that their new smartphone was designed to compete with Samsung’s Galaxy products and with the Iphone, although the following rumored specs will show you that the device seems not to raise at the expectations. The Moto X was officially announced on May 30 by Motorola and Google. It is rumored that the device might not arrive in stores until August the earliest, but there is also possible that we might be waiting until winter to get our hands on the device.
Specs wise, according to @evleaks, the handset will pack a 1.7 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor (MSM8960), a 10 MP camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. Also, the Moto X is expected to feature the latest version Android, the 4.2.2 Jelly Bean firmware at the minimum, but we believe that the release might be delayed because of the expectation of the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie release. The device will come with a 720p touchscreen display. Memory will be of 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage. Prices might vary between £190-£299.
X phone concept – what we should see when the Moto X will be officially confirmed:
Motorola representatives stated that they are looking to bring affordable but well assembled handsets on the market. Also, they said that users will be able to choose hardware features they want on their smartphone, such as the processor, internal storage, the amount of RAM, the screen size or the color. If this is true, they might gain popularity among buyers they lose with the battery, which is rumored to have a short life. The Moto X is also expected to support LTE.
We believe we already said to much and you might be confused at this point, but we promise to get back to you with official and accurate information, the second we find out anything.