But can the "pure google" phone match expectations?
The now Google-owned Motorola finally unveiled, 'Moto X', in the US overnight,which you can design yourself. X is "designed by you, responds to you and is made for you" Moto's blog
The 4.7" (720x1280) AMOLED RGB curved back Android phone has some awesome features; voice control (no touching required), active screen that's awake at all times, and personal designs: colour, accents, memory, if you wish. Pretty cool.
Its price is also cool - $199 in the US on contract. No word on local availability, yet.
Naturally, it the 'best of Google services' and runs X8 system, consisting of dual core Qualcomm S4 CPU, quad-core Adreno GPU .
, who got hands on with the phones says " got a relatively stock experience on the Moto X." Its also interesting to note its lacks Full HD screen, unlike Android rivals.
Its Touchless Control' lets you do anything like browse the web, check weather, get directions, without lifting a finger - you just talk to it.
Moto X has an 'Active Display', so you don't have to wake it up to look at messages is intuitive, so 'knows' what info you require asap.
Its 10MP Quick Capture camera is 'ready to shoot 'by touching the screen. X also promises a battery that lasts all day.
Google owned mobile giant is appealing to US consumers, in particular, with its 'Made in America' credentials