Motorola Moto X is hot in leaks these days. Just a day before, some images of the smartphone get leaked online shows it in hands of Google’s Eric Schmidt. Now today, a promo video related to device get leaked that shows some exclusive features of the Moto X. According to Ausdroid, Canadian wireless carrier Rogers has posted Motorola Moto X video that shows the smartphone will have an exclusive always-on voice command feature. It means that Moto X will always listen to the orders of its owner without pressing any button. Moto X voice command feature will listen and follow orders without touching the device.
This feature is almost similar to that of Google Glass. Video shows a lady is speaking with her smartphone to get weather update from Google Now. So she instructs her phone saying "Ok Google Now." This is a similar instruction like Google Glass one. The video shows that how voice commands work for your smartphone. She said, "Your Moto X is ready to listen and respond. Talk to it and it learns your voice. With the power of Google Now, it tells you what you need to know even when you’re not touching the screen."
Rogers video also reveals that the upcoming Moto X will also include an ‘Active Updates’ notification feature that also works even when your screen is in active or locked. Rogers representative also describes in video that camera specs are also improved. By just twisting your wrist twice, camera will become active and it can also take multiple pictures be just keeping your finger on touchscreen.
This video also depicts that Moto X will be available to purchase in two different colors i.e. black and white. It is also revealed that Rogers Wireless will exclusively launch Motorola Moto X smartphone (in Canada) in coming August. It is already known that Moto X will come in late summer. It will be the 2nd high profile device after Google Glass that will have an always active voice command feature. We can just wait guys until something will come out officially regarding the release and launch of this Google's secret device.
Watch the Promotional Video of Motorola Moto X.