The much hyped Google’s “own phone”, the Moto X, is rumored to have been caught on camera, finally. Moto X is touted to be the first Google-branded phone coming from the stables of Motorola since its acquisition by Google in 2011. Google assured last year that Motorola — now known as Motorola Mobility — would not be merged with any of Google’s existing divisions and would continue to operate independently. That propelled hopes for the next NEXUS device coming from Google itself, via Motorola. Although that hasn’t happened yet, Moto X’s performance in the market could be a decider on whether Google would make the switch to producing its own hardware. NEXUS phones and tablets have been, until now, been made by Samsung, Asus and LG.
From a leaked photo, reported by Android Central, the purported Moto X looks a bit smaller than today’s trending 5-inch phablets (Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One). It seems to be running a newer version of Android, although the customizations (on home screen) seen could be part of Motorola’s own UI experience.
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