The past week has been full of Moto X rumors. Even though we still have no idea when the device is coming out. Or even being announced. Motorola has already started their marketing campaign for the Moto X, and they have a private media event next week at the Googleplex for a couple small groups of people, which is now confirmed to not be the Moto X launch event. Just this morning we heard some more rumors about the Moto X including a new Clear Pixel camera on the device.
All the hardware we've seen in leaks so far match up great with what we've heard from the rumor mill. In fact, looking at this device, it appears to be a dual-SIM device. Which are very popular over in Asia. Wouldn't it be nice to have one variant of the Moto X? Instead of 20 like the original Galaxy S and even the Galaxy S2 had?
The specs we've heard so far for the Moto X include a 4.3-inch 720p display, 10MP camera on the back, 1.7GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM and Android 4.2.2. Of course these specs aren't yet confirmed. But we continually see them popping up in more leaks, rumors and even in FCC filings for the device. It's definitely not looking like a high-end device, but rather a mid-ranger, and quite a nice looking one at that. We also expect the Moto X to have pretty good battery life, building on the success of the Droid Razr Maxx series of phones.
So far there have been no press invites sent out for an event for the Moto X. But we're hoping it happens soon. Especially with all the leaks coming out as of late, and Motorola ramping up their marketing campaign for the Moto X. Not to mention their brand new logo.
How many of you are patiently awaiting the Moto X to become a reality? Hopefully we'll see it announced fairly soon. Let us know in the comments below if you're still interested in it.