This is the first overhauled product to be released since Google acquired the company in 2012.
According to CEO Dennis Woodside, "Moto X will be laden with sensors that are tightly integrated into the phone and draw little power, Woodside said. For example, the phone will know when it’s taken out of someone’s pocket. And in a car traveling 60 miles per hour, the phone will act differently so a user can interact with it safely."
The always-on, battery-friendly sensors are said to be inspired by the company's work on its MOTOACTV watch.
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