Motorola’s Moto X is perhaps one of the most anticipated phones of 2013, and Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside revealed a couple of months back that it would arrive in October. Over the past few months we also have seen multiple leaks, but now Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt has been pictured using the phone. Also Read - Google could launch its own foldable Pixel Fold in 2021
The pictures show Schmidt taking a call on what appears to be a Moto X with a white back. Remember, Motorola recently released an ad saying that the Moto X will be the a customisable smartphone. Also Read - Moto G8 Power Lite sale today at 12pm via Flipkart; check details
Design wise, it borrows cues from the current Nexus smartphone line up with rounded corners, but appears to be extremely thin from the left and right sides. The back of the phone appears to have a textured pattern, while the front retains a piano black bezel. Also Read - Pixel 5 now has a launch date and you should thank Google for the leak
Going by the current rumors, the Moto X may not break any ground in terms of pure specifications as it is expected to have a 720p display and will have a gamut of sensors. That being said, there is talk about a new 10-megapixel sensor, that could possibly take brilliant pictures, something which neither Nexus smartphones, or Motorola’s smartphones have ever delivered.