A new leaked video with the upcoming Moto X device has surfaced, this time posted by Vietnamese site Tinhte. The video reveals 4 full minutes with the device, that clearly runs on stock Android, with a little Motorola branding as the signature circle widget appears on the screen.
The video shows a device that looks like the Moto X and the guy in the video shows the exterior a little bit and then passes through some applications.
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However people on Youtube have left comments about this video being a fake, and there a quite a lot. So we probably cannot rely on this source very much. However some unofficial pricing information has also been leaked, indicating that the Moto X will be available in a 16GB model for $299 and $349 for the 32GB model. The expected specification are leaning towards a dual core processor with 1.7 GHz, 2 GB of RAM, a 4.7 inch 720p display and a 10.5 MP camera. It is also possible that the device will come out with Android 4.3, as you know Google owns Motorola and it would feel appropriate to do so.
The official launch is expected to be August 1st, so stay tuned until then for more information on the upcoming device. Meanwhile take a look at the video by yourself:
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