(Image from Motorola)The Moto X from Motorola was unveiled last week with one big focus: customization. In an effort to gain more of the smartphone market share, the announcement of Google’s newest device focused on a device that’s user friendly and stands out from other smartphones in look and functionality.
For function, the phone certainly comes with lots of neat features: the phone is “always listening” and will respond to voice commands after you say “OK, Google Now” (much like the voice prompt for Google Glass). The function is similar to Apple’s Siri, allowing you to ask for specific information or to perform actions with the phone, except you don’t need to press any buttons first.
It also offers more detailed notifications so you know what you’re phone is alerting you about (email, calendar appointment, etc.) and faster access to camera functionality: twist your wrist twice, and you’re ready to start shooting pictures.
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