Moto X phone shows up in press render

We reported earlier that Motorola is looking to hold an event on August 1st in New York. The event is about the Moto X, which is the first smartphone from Motorola designed under Google’s supervision.

And while there have been quite a few leaked images, and even a video showing the device we now have a very clean and clear picture: the press render. This image comes from famed leaker @evleaks via the Unlockr website, and clearly shows stock Android running on the device.

Will this be Motorola’s return to relevancy in the Android market, or just another product with some good ideas but ultimately making no dent in the market? We’ll have to wait until the end of summer and see if the company still has what it takes to compete.

Source: UnlockrThanks to forum member V-Tech for the tip!

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So this is how the Galaxy S 4 would look without a home button. This is actually the first Motorola phone I think looks great since the original Razr. I thought the Bionic looked ok too, but sadly it lost luster right after its release.

Edited by Hi_XPecTa_Chens, Jul 22 2013, 3:56pm :

im sorry but why do all android phones have to look the same, time after time we get these releases just to look at them and see its the same as any other android phone.

Buying a Nexus 4 was a living hell. Sitting on xda watching a thread grow to thousands of pages is something I would not like to repeat.

Wow, it's a Galaxy Nexus. The front is, at least.

The way this has been hyped it'll have to pretty much cook coffee and give *******s. I'm thinking disappointment

dancress said,
Wow, it's a Galaxy Nexus. The front is, at least.

The way this has been hyped it'll have to pretty much cook coffee and give *******s. I'm thinking disappointment


If anything the front looks more like a Nexus 4 IMO.

Good. Glad it looks like a Nexus as that is a good look. No front buttons like the SGS phones. And it is not all about the looks either. Wait a couple weeks and more info will be revealed.

still_rookie said,
That is a very good looking phone. I'm still waiting to upgrade my iPhone 4S with something worthwhile.

Worthwhile meaning Android or the new iPhone?
IMO worthwhile would be android

Perhaps. I guess what I'm trying to say is I'm waiting for the next big thing (regardless of which OS). Phones lately have been very mediocre. If the software is good, the design isn't; if the design is good, the specs aren't.