We still have a bit more than a week to go before the August 1 Moto X press event in New York, but that doesn’t mean we have to wait until then to see the official press shots of the device. The leaked Motorola Moto X images give us a clear look at the front and back of the phone. No new details were released with the images, but they do confirm the semi-transparent navigation bar which was spotted on previously leaked images of the device.
The rumored mid-range spec sheet of the Motorola Moto X isn’t something that will impress power hungry Android users, but it’s unique customization options, “always-on” voice commands, active updates and unique gesture controls should make this device quite appealing to the mass market if Motorola is able to get in into consumers hands at a bargain basement price.
How cheap does the Moto X need to be if Motorola wants to steal market share away the competition?