The newest Motorola device under Google’s leadership has been kept under wraps, rather poorly, for the past few days before today’s press meeting in New York City’s West Side. Between the demonstrations and hands-on booths, I’ve managed to put together several shots you can see after the break, along with the press release, but below lies the details on Motorola’s newest flagship, the Moto X.
My first impressions are actually somewhat less exciting than the DROIDs that Motorola put together. It is physically appealing both in hardware and software, but lacks a “wow” factor. But that’s the point: it does everything like no other Android device so far can, which is stay up to speed, while displaying actual new technologies. And, Touchless Control is for the most part, very reliable and useful.