Much more detailed information is becoming known about the software innards of the Moto X Phone. Thanks to the site AndroidPolice we've got a breakdown of what appears to be a series of customized applets, some that also appear on the new Droid lineup and some that appear to be unique to the Moto X alone. Motorola Assist
Starting with the image above we have Motorola Assist, which appears to be a gussied up version of Motorola's Smart Actions app but which could be more...we'll know when the phone is demo'd at the announcement. As it stands now 'Motorola Assist' allows you to choose a use scenario such as in the car, at home, at work or at a particular time of day to customize some of the functions of the Moto X. Active Display
Next up we have 'Active Display' which allows the phone to take advantage of the capaibility of an AMOLED display to turn on only select pixels to display notifications. (yes, this all but assures that the Moto X will have an AMOLED display). This was shown during the Droid introduction today and looks pretty cool. It enables the phone to show notifications without have to wake up the entire screen and phone.Touchless Control
'Touchless Control' is the much ballyhooed feature we saw in the leaked Rogers video. You can tell your phone to perform functions without even waking the phone first. It's always listening. Not only that, you can train the phone to only recognize your voice, thus acting as a form of security against others using your device. Motorola Connect
This is another feature carried over from the Droid announcement. It's basically a Chrome extension that sends text message and call notifications from your phone to your PC. Motorola Migrate
'Motorola Migrate' sounds like a cool feature that also appears to be exclusive only to the Moto X. It allows you to easily migrate all sorts of information, even text messages and contacts on a Sim Card from your old phone to your Moto X. Motorola Device ID
Finally, we have what I think is the best...and longest awaited built-in feature for an Android phone...'Motorola Device ID', which is basically a phone locator app and website called 'Lost Phone Web Portal' that will allow you to track a lost phone. We would imagine that once on the portal you'll have further options to lock down or track your phone. This also appears to be a Moto X exclusive app and service.
Now, all of this is pretty exciting stuff we think...and there will probably be much more come the phone's introduction next week.AndroidPolice