More Moto X images leak ahead of launch
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Google's upcoming Moto X, the first device built through their Motorola acquisition, has been the subject of numerous leaks for quite some time now. Google chairman, Eric Schmidt, was actually caught using the smartphone recently, and we now have a press render that managed to leak ahead of the device's launch.
This time around, the folks over at The Unlockr managed to get their hands on a press render of the Moto X, showing the device in its full glory. The render displays the smartphone running stock Android, albeit with the previously rumored transparent navigation bar, but not many other details.
Google has been running a pretty aggressive ad campaign for the Moto X (not counting all the leaks), highlighting features such as always-on voice commands and assembly within the United States. This latest leak comes on the heels of invitations being sent out for an August 1st event in New York, where the Moto X will be officially unveiled and dissected.