In the special case of Canadian phone carrier Rogers, a leaked video has surfaced that details the Moto X, the first smartphone to be made by Motorola under Google’s ownership. In it, we see the always-on voice command functionality. By saying “Ok Google Now,” the phone accepts voice commands, similar to the way Google Glass voice command works. “Your Moto X is ready to listen and respond,” the curt Rogers representative says in the video. “Talk to it, and it learns your voice.” But that’s just the beginning.
Another feature included is the “active update”, which flashes on-screen letting the user know which apps have notifications waiting, rather than just a simple LED light. Or flicking the wrist twice to access the phone’s camera. And even being able to take a photo by tapping anywhere on the screen, instead of having to press a shutter button.