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LeakedTT: Motorola Moto X pricing unveiled by industry insider

Motorola Moto X leaks continue to pour in, pricing and a new camera UI both unveiled

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Jul 23, 2013 5:03 pm

Unlike the little boy and the dike, Motorola is unable to plug the leaks that keep popping up around its next-generation Moto X Android-based smartphone. Today, several new leaks popped up that give us insight to some exciting new features that most likely will never be available on Android phones developed by other companies.


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First up, we have a sort of breaking news leak which comes from industry insider "C Technology," who has a fairly high accuracy average when it comes to leaking details about unannounced mobile devices. According to them, the new Moto X will sold at an unprecedented value with an off contract price of $299 for the 16 GB model and $349 for the 32 GB version.


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Additionally, the new Moto X will feature various sensor-driven functionalities that other Android phone manufacturers are not utilizing such as a new swipe function will that will display your camera settings or image gallery. These images come by way of the AndroidPolice and show off the Moto X's new camera app.


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