Itâ€™s be known for a long while of a mystical “Motorola X” phone since Google bought the company. Now that phone is coming to the market, it is expected to arrive with a few new flashy features
The video is bellow and looks like it could be the real deal:
From the video you can see that the phone will not have the operatorâ€™s logo on the devicesâ€™ casing, instead it seems it is placed into the notification drawer. This means that by flashing a custom ROM, you should be able to easily remove nearly all traces of your carrier if you want to.
But, thatâ€™s not the most juicy part of the video as it seems a lot of the speech recognition from Google Glass is integrated, as you can simply say “OK Google Now” without the phoneâ€™s display being switched on and the device will respond to your commands. This means even faster access to Googleâ€™s services.
Another feature boasted is “active updates” which is a replacement for the LED which looked very similar to [Knock squared](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.knock.knock.plus) by KvnX Dev but a bit more Google-ified.
The final feature shown is “twist to shoot” where you twist your wrist and the device opens the camera app. Weâ€™re hoping this using the proximity sensor so you donâ€™t get a bunch of photos of your pockets auto-uploaded to Google+.
While these features make the Motorola X phone look good, we still donâ€™t know about what features could be arriving in Android 4.3 of which could include some, if not all of the features in the video. If so, that would be great for people using the Nexus range of devices and custom ROMs.