Moto X reveal 'Magic Glass' display

As Motorola’s first Google smartphone, the Moto X has been featured in murmurings for a while now.
 Reports have pegged the Moto X as a midrange smartphone with a premium feel.
The so-called Magic Glass is said to be Corning’s Gorilla Glass, but rather than your standard flat, tough glass named after a primate, the glass will wrap around the front edges of the device, offering a curved feel. The glass won’t wrap around very much, and it wouldn’t be surprising if it doesn’t offer any new viewing area. Instead, the glass would offer extra protection to the phone. It wouldn’t save the phone from a hammer intentionally directed at the screen by an ex, but would strengthen the phone against little bumps and dings, such as when you haphazardly place the phone on a hard surface.

A curved surface wouldn’t fly on a phone with a standard rectangular design, though, as there would likely be a bit of a gap between the rounded curve and the flat bezel. 

This is a single sheet of Gorilla Glass which is moulded to a special polymer to make a continuous surface that wraps around the entire front and edges of the device. There is zero gap with the back. Moto X will feature a laminated aluminium design, with an emphasis on keeping it lightweight and durable.
The alleged specifications of Moto X include a 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor with 2GB of RAM and an Adreno 320 GPU for graphics. It is likely to feature a 4.5-inch display with on-screen keys. On the camera front, it is expected to include a 10.5-megapixel rear camera with flash and a 2.1-megapixel front camera. It's likely to run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The Moto X is expected to include 16GB of internal storage, out of which 12GB will be user accessible. Connectivity options might include NFC, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The device is expected to be backed by a 2,200mAh battery.
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Write by: RC - Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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