Motorola just unveiled its next generation of its Moto X flagship phone, and it's a clear winner. This may well be the Android phone you've been waiting for. I've got details and specs.
The first thing you'll notice about the Moto X is its design, which is flat-out beautiful. It's got a curved aluminum rim which does double-duty as an antenna. In addition, the phone can track how you hold it so that it can adjust its performance as you move it. As for the back, you can customize it to your heart's desire with different colors and textures, including bamboo, leather, and many different colors.
The screen is larger and better than the original Moto X -- it's a 5.2-inch Super AMOLED screen with 1080p resolution. The camera sports 13 megapixels and has 4K capture as well as voice control.
Under the hood, there's a quad-core, 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 CPU and 2 GB of RAM. It comes standard with 16 GB of storage. There are also two very good front-facing speakers and and four infrared sensors.
Android fans will be pleased to hear that Motorola says that the phone will deliver a pure Android experience, with no heavy-duty skinning. It will ship with Android KitKat 4.4.4, and because it's pure Android, should be able to be upgraded quickly. It will also run Android L when that gets released.
The phone isn't available yet, but stay tuned for more details.