Google’s Eric Schmidt spotted with Moto X Android smartphone

Google‘s Executive Chairman didn’t really try to hide the device as it was shot by journalists at an investment meeting in the U.S.

Google's Eric Schmidt spotted with Moto X Android smartphone

Well, it looks like Google doesn’t really care about keeping the Moto X smartphone a secret anymore. Eric Schmidt, the Executive Chairman of Google, was spotted at the Allen & Co. annual conference in Sun Valley in the U.S., using the Moto X and he didn’t really seem to care who saw it. The Moto X being used by Schmidt had a white back and seems to confirm previous rumours about the phone sporting a large screen.

Another leaked image of the Moto X has also been posted by GSM Arena that shows a variant of the phone with a black matte back, a camera that’s located at the center at the top of the phone with an LED flash placed immediately below it. The Moto X is also supposed to run on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and will be powered by a 1.7GHz dual-core processor with 2GB of RAM. The camera is supposed to be 10MP which has yet to be verified.

Earlier in the day, we had also done a story on a Moto X advertisment that had leaked online. The advertisement was made by Rogers Telecom of Canada, which proves that the Moto X is very close to launch in at least the U.S. and Canada. There’s no word yet about an India launch date.

Source: GSM Arena