The Moto X – Another release that redefines smartphones

Moto X

The Moto X, another upcoming state-of-the-art smartphone, of whose release date, i myself am unaware kinda redefines the term smartphones, and gives its company quite a rise in the world-of-smartphones. Before the launch, the leaks, the rumors, Motorolla wasnt exactly the best choice, nor did much people ever even bother to consider it (but well, no offence meant.  And well the same story goes for Samsung)

So anyways, the Always Ready smartphone Designed By You, that has a Quick Capture feature to ensure that you Never Miss a Shot, really does has it all, and it could be quite some boost for the company which has by the way been acquired by Google.

Starting with the Motomaker. Notice the phrase ‘Designed by You’ that i used above?
Yes it means what it means. The Motomaker is, or is gonna be, a website where you are gonna customize your order before buying it. Customization includes choosing colors for the back and front, and even accents which refers to stuff like the Volume buttons and well the border round the rear camera. You can even add a signature at the back, which is similar to the iPod Engravings. And well you can choose a case too.

But that was the Styling bit. Then comes Features, where you can choose between 16 and 32GB storage, add a custom greeting on startup, Oh and you also have the option of connecting your google account right there.

After Features, We have Accessories, A wall charger is included, and you can also add-on Earphones (color of your choice 😉 ). That’s it! The phone will be shipped to you within 4 days.

The Motomaker; kinda a demo video

So that was the Motomaker; no it doesnt end here; now to the Quick Capture which involves starting the camera app with a flick of the wrist. Useful! especially when you are in the middle of those moments when you hardly have a second to waste.

Here’s an example:

But what’s this Always Ready thing?
This merely refers to the fact that the phone is always responding to you when you want it to. You can simply talk to it. Give it orders, tell it what to do. This is pretty close to Siri found in iPhones.

See how he said ‘Ok, Google now’ and the phone went into Listening Mode.

Well, that was it. I know the features arent exactly totally unheard-of or unimaginable but well its definitely worth a shot.

By the way, do check out the Videos if you havent already.

 

 

Anas Ismail Khan

 

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