This video is our clearest view so far on the handset, but a different video has also been published, confirming that the Moto X won’t be running any kind of dual-core processor, but instead a quad-core chip, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 to be precise.
From the video, not only the Moto X comes with the Google Now service, but also a more comprehensive voice control capability. Users will be able to control so many things without touching the device. Incoming notifications light up the display, instead of the notification LED; and when the lock screen is unlocked, users will be brought directly to the notification interface.
The video says that the Moto X will arrive exclusively to Rogers Wireless and this could be just in Canada. The phone will likely arrive to all major carriers in the United States, including AT&T and Verizon.