Sunday, 2 June 2013

Google Working On Smartphone Moto X


Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has confirmed that the mobile phone manufacturer purchased by Google is working on a new Smartphone called the Moto X and wants to produce it in the U.S. itself. At the tech conference Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside was sitting on the podium. In an interview with journalists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, he confirmed rumors that they are working on a Smartphone called Moto X. It should appear in October, along with other mobile phones by the manufacturer. He also did not provide any details on the technical equipment, so that here the speculation can go on.

 After all, Woodside announced that the Moto X is assembled in a factory in Forth Worth, Texas. The items would not completely come from the U.S. The processor, for example, comes from Taiwan and the OLED screens from Korea. In addition, the Smartphone should have numerous sensors and remember, for example, when it is pulled out of a pocket or force in the car at around 100 kilometers per hour by the driver to a safe use.

TechRadar suspected Motorola introduced the Moto X will not be available on the Google developer conference I / O in May. So remains uncertain whether it will be the first device to the next version of Android (codenamed "Key Lime Pie" lime pie). The mobile phone with at least a 4.5-inch touch screen according to the report would not belong to the Nexus devices, but mark the beginning of a new sub-brand of Google. However, the graphical user interface should be designed similar to the Nexus models. In addition, the Moto X would have new features that occur, for example in competition with S-Beam and S Voice of Siri from Apple or Samsung.

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