Google and Motorola (or is that just Google?) released their Moto X smartphone a couple of days ago, and now the first TV spot for the new smartphone is finally here. The clip really shows the power of the "OK, Google Now" command, as you can see below:
There's a second TV spot which is focused (pun intended) on the Moto X's 10-megapixel camera. It covers the Quick Capture feature, with the promise of "fewer photo fails". The Moto X is shaping up nicely, but I don't see where it is really making us throw money at our screens just yet. The always-listening part of the Moto X is great, but on the other hand, it is quite scary.