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Moto X phone will always be listening for voice commands


Posted by Jason Diaz Categories: Cell Phones, Google, Rumors, Videos


Moto X Always Listening

Looks like Google's goals for the Majel project is coming to full fruition with a Star Trek-like Always Listening mode on the upcoming Moto X smartphone. In a leaked video from Canadian wireless carrier, Rogers, we see that the passive voice command feature added allows Google Now use without the user having to press a button in order to prompt a request--all you have to do is say "Ok Google Now," to get the phone to listen up and do your bidding. Yep, just like Google Glass. In the video, the Moto X has an additional buttonless feature that allows a user to open the phone's camera with two flicks of the wrist. Additionally, we see that you can tap anywhere on the screen to snap a photo instead of just a specific UI button. The Moto X is expected to go on sale this summer. Check out the video after the break.


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Comments:

Nice article, very helpful

Motorola is working on their new android handset named as moto g2 after huge success of its previous smartphones moto g,moto e ,moto x in india.Moto G2 is quad-core android smartphone that runs on latest android version kitkat. Here’s specs revealed that we got to know from various sources.
http://www.mobilesgk.com/moto-g2-quad-core-coming-soon/


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