Moto X shows up in full press images, shows both white and black variants

Some people are expecting the new Moto X to change the world once it’s launched in a few days but we’re not holding our breath. However if Motorola’s new phone is getting you excited we have a bit of a treat: full press shots in both black and white.

We’ve seen a lot of leaks pertaining to this device over the last few months, but with the launch taking place on 1st of August this is bound the be the last serious leak.

The new Moto X is expected to launch with a 4.7-inch screen at 720p resolution, microSD support with 16/32 GB of internal memory, 2 GB of Ram, Bluetooth 4.0 and LTE. As for the CPU that’s rumoured to be a 1.7Ghz Dual-Core Snapdragon S4 Pro with an Adreno 320 GPU.

The device is also rumoured to feature a special kind of Gorilla Glass and a reinforced aluminium chassis that will make it very durable.

It’s also expected to launch with Android 4.2.2, but it will likely be upgradeable to 4.3 in a few months. The device will supposedly feature a very light skin on top of Android courtesy of Motorola.

Source: @evleaks Via: Phonesreview | Images via evleaks

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Honest question. why are Motorola in trouble financially? Their smartphones aren't that great and generally look ugly.

deadheadline said,
And they "forget" to release Android upgrades a few months later.

I may have dreamed this, so correct me if wrong, but didn't Google buy Motorola? It doesn't seem likely that their own devices would be neglected going forward.

Perhaps things changed but back in the days , they were awfull. I promised myself to not touch a Motorola device again in the future but if your words are true, I will change my mind . Maybe. Probably. I don't know.

They did buy part of Motorola ( this part that makes phones) but it's still run as a separate company. And the fact that this may launch with 4.2.2 when Android 4.3 is already on the market proves that nothing's changed.

Vlad Dudau said,
They did buy part of Motorola ( this part that makes phones) but it's still run as a separate company. And the fact that this may launch with 4.2.2 when Android 4.3 is already on the market proves that nothing's changed.

Or it proves that phone development takes a long time and the launch os version was decided upon ages ago and has been extensively tested. Also that Google reserves the new versions for their own hero devices first.

Vlad Dudau said,
They did buy part of Motorola ( this part that makes phones) but it's still run as a separate company. And the fact that this may launch with 4.2.2 when Android 4.3 is already on the market proves that nothing's changed.
Well the device was being made while 4.2.2 was avail. So how can they test it with 4.3 if it was only in beta? I eam if that is your argument than why you buy any phone because usually by the time it is actually avail to buy, a new OS is already in the works.

Yes but a new OS isn't in the works, it's already OUT. And it will be out for at least a few months before the Moto X gets in stores everywhere. Imagine if Microsoft had launched Surface with Windows 7 a month after releasing Windows 8. How would that look?

Vlad Dudau said,
Yes but a new OS isn't in the works, it's already OUT. And it will be out for at least a few months before the Moto X gets in stores everywhere. Imagine if Microsoft had launched Surface with Windows 7 a month after releasing Windows 8. How would that look?
I understand, but the phone was manufactured while 4.2.2 was out. Comparing it to Microsoft is a moot point. Microsoft makes the OS and the hardware it runs on which means they acn do immediate testing to see if it works or fix what doesn't. For an OEM using another company's OS, the story is always different.

But that's my whole argument, they're not actually another company, not anymore. They're part of Google and as such they should be putting out Nexus-quality devices. Motorola should be the shining jewel in Google's crown but instead they're just another struggling OEM.

Vlad Dudau said,
But that's my whole argument, they're not actually another company, not anymore. They're part of Google and as such they should be putting out Nexus-quality devices. Motorola should be the shining jewel in Google's crown but instead they're just another struggling OEM.
Point taken.

These are at least a week old.
Also surprised that most of the lower-end iphone related posts are also late. Like there's literally videos of the thing already built out there, so the leaks arent new (except for the packaging)