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Moto X: Motorola's Not-So-Bold Rebirth
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Jack N FranF583
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7/22/2013 | 8:21:26 PM
re: Moto X: Motorola's Not-So-Bold Rebirth
Dual microphones could also be used to form two beams aimed at your ears by processing the camera data that locates your ears.
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7/22/2013 | 5:07:00 PM
re: Moto X: Motorola's Not-So-Bold Rebirth
I'm confused by this part of the specs -- you wrote " It will have a sizable 2200-mAh battery, and dual cameras (10 megapixels on the front and 2 megapixels on the back). " Don't most people use the rear-facing camera to take pictures or shoot video? Why would there be fewer megapixels on the back than the front? Maybe a typo?


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