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Google – Motorola made 'X Phone' and 'X tablet' at Google event 2013
Posted Date: 23-Dec-2012
Are you waiting for the Google event 2013 to discover what new Google has to offer? Read the article about the new 'X Phone' and 'X tablet', Google is set to launch on May 15-17 in association with Motorola. Google event 2013 will also be marked by the first glimpse of much awaited Android Key Lime Pie. In Google event 2012, the company showcased Android Jelly Bean version & Nexus 7 tablets while the coming event will be a platform for Google's newer products. Read on to find all details.
The year 2013 is lined with an array of tech events which are expected to unveil a long list of stylish products and surprise the technology enthusiasts worldwide. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and World Mobile Congress to be held in January and February respectively will be unique platforms for launching latest devices. Slated to be held from 15-17 May, Google event 2013 is another exciting platform for innovative gadgets.
About 'X Phone' and 'X tablet' :
In 2012, Google showcased Android Jelly Bean version and Nexus 7 tablets while the upcoming event will give the first glimpse of Android Key Lime Pie and also launch the 'X Phone' and 'X tablet' in association with Motorola.
According to early reports, Lior Ron who was associated with Google as Product manager (Google Maps) is heading this project for Motorola which focuses on building the 'X Phone' and 'X tablet'. With a team of technicians aiming to bring innovative changes in upcoming projects, the company is trying to explore a new path.
The sophisticated 'X Phone' will have some magnificent features including photo software & a top-notch ceramics-supported camera. These features would add more resistance to drops and provide stronger color saturation & panoramic photographs. With the acquisition of Viewdle, Motorola will incorporate Viewdle’s technology of gesture and facial recognition in its upcoming devices.
The phone which is currently code named as 'X' will bring a tough competition to Apple iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy successors iPhone 5S & Galaxy S4. The 'X Phone' can be expected to lead other smartphones currently available in market. After Motorola merged with Google, Ron joined the Motorola team in May 2012 and had been working on reinventing smart phones. The project was on for the past few months. While Samsung would debut flexible display with Galaxy S4, Motorola too is ready with its innovation. Google is reported to have spent a considerable budget share for developments of 'X Phone'.
It is believed that ‘X Phone’ will be sold by the carrier partner Verizon Wireless.
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