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Tuesday, 16 July 2013 13:57

New Moto X demo video leaks from Rogers Canada

Written by Slobodan Simic



Shows always-on voice, camera, gestures


More details regarding the upcoming Motorola Moto X have leaked online thanks to a Rogers "Tech Experts" demo video published by a Google+ user. The video revealed some of the key features of the Moto X and hinted at an August launch.

The demo video kicks off with Moto X always-on voice commands that allow user to query voice Google Search without search app and also detailed the "Active Updates" which light up the display and show the notification, since the Moto X lacks an LED notification light.

The video also revealed some details regarding the camera app that can be accessed by two flicks of the wrist and able to shoot photos with simple screen tap as well as take burst photos by tap and hold.

You can check out more over at Androidpolice.com and check out the demo video below. 

Last modified on Tuesday, 16 July 2013 14:30

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