Moto X is finally here, after being only available in North America. It comes with a bright 4.7-inch AMOLED screen, with a eight-core CPU that is always listening for your command, even in standby mode.
Thought mobile phones need to be touched, just to work? Wrong! Motorola's Moto X doesn't need a single touch, as it's voice activated - even in standby mode.
With the screen off, you can say the simple trigger command 'OK, Google Now', followed by a task.
These are the likes of asking if you'll need an umbrella today, getting driving directions, or calling someone - all hands-free, with a great more tasks possible.
It is ideal for the times when your hands aren't free, you're just tied up doing something or can't reach the phone, as it is always listening out, for your commands
This is all thanks to Motorola's X8 mobile computing platform, made up from eight cores or CPUs.
That is contained in a phone that has a great all day battery life, through its X8 setup and a stunning 4.7-inch AMOLED HD screen.
There is also a 10-megapixel camera onboard, which takes a great shot and it has an unique way of being launched.
Gone are the days of seeing a picture opportunity, getting the phone out of standby mode, entering the password, finding the camera app, launching the camera app and the moment has gone.
Just simply twist the wrist twice and capture the photo, without any fuss or bother.