The Moto X Phone leaks sure are coming hot and heavy today. Just this morning we got several shots of Google Chairman Eric Schmidt using one at a conference in Norther California and then a few minutes ago AndroidCentral posted a picture from a source that shows the Verizon version of Motorola's handset, complete with the Verizon LTE symbol showing. Now while this isn't the first time we've seen pictures of the front of the Moto X some details that should be pointed out are that it is an edge to edge screen and that it also appears to either have a slightly new version of android (possibly 4.3) or perhaps a Motorola customization that let's the control bar at the bottom be semi-transparent, which is a change from the current version of Android. Other than that the phone looks moderate sized...most likely 4.7 inches diagonal. Combine this picture with the rear pics we had today and we have a very good idea indeed of what the Moto X will look like.
One last rumor that is worth mentioning is based on a post by former AndroidandMe guru, Taylor Wimberly. In this post he made on Twitter in referral to people asking for Moto X leaks he states that in addition to various colored plastic options, the Moto X will have ceramic, wood, metals and even fabrics available to choose from. He also hinted that the AT&T version will have some kind of special edition, but wouldn't go further than that. Here's the full post he made:
People keep asking for Moto X leaks, so here is another tidbit. Moto X features a curved design engineered from ground up for personalization. As I reported awhile back, users will be able to pick the material for the backplate. Plastic is the default material, but wood is also an option that should be available at launch. Other materials like metals, ceramics, and fabrics should become available after the August 23rd launch. AT&T has some kind of 'exclusive' thing for the Moto X launch, but I don't know if it's an exclusive material/color or something else completely different.
So what do you think folks? Getting excited for the Moto X?