Moto X leaked by Google chairman Eric Schmidt
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Google/Motorola's upcoming flagship Moto X smartphone has been the subject of many leaks, with the latest coming courtesy of Google themselves. This time around, chairman Eric Schmidt was spotted at the recent Allen & Co. conference in Sun Valley, with a brand-new smartphone glued to his ear.
The images taken of Schmidt show a device identical to previous Moto X leaks, albeit in a white rather than black color. The Google chairman did his best to keep the device's logo covered, but the characteristic "M" was clearly evident in some shots.
This latest image comes on the heels of another leak, a video which shows the Moto X in action. According to the video, the Moto X will include an "always-on" voice command feature, which responds immediately to voice prompts from the user. The video appears to be a promotional ad for Rogers network, but does confirm that the smartphone will be available in black and white colors.
The Moto X is expected to have a dual-core 1.7GHz CPU, a 720p resolution, 2GB of RAM and Android 4.2.2. The device has also been rumored to be available for less than $200, and an official unveiling is expected soon.