A voice command feature will reportedly allow users to initiate commands without touching a button of the upcoming MotoX smartphone, a
a demonstration video shows.
Motorola's new flagship smartphone, which is expected to be released later this summer, will sport an always-on voice command feature that will allow users to initiate commands without touching a button on the handset, according to a video that appears to come from Canadian wireless carrier Rogers. The video shows a user retrieving weather information on the handset by speaking the words, "OK Google Now."
The video also shows off a feature called "Active Updates," a notification system meant to deliver useful information automatically and instantly.
"Instead of a blinking light that doesn't actually tell you anything, information quietly appears on the screen," the video says.
The video also shows new photo features that allow users to launch the camera with a twist of the wrist and snap photos by tapping any where on the screen.