There’s a new information from PhoneArena about the first smartphone that will be released by Motorola after acquired by Google. The phone called Moto X. This time, it’s revealed that Moto X may include a new feature called Clear Pixel Camera with gesture control. That information came from a blogger named Taylor Wimberly via his Google+ account.
He also said that with Clear Pixel feature, you can say good bye to dark and blurry images with low quality details. One of the comments said that Kodak’s technology that develops panchromatic or clear pixel, arrangement of pixels shown in the picture below, is intended to result 2-4 times better light sensitivity and of course increases image quality even in low light condition.
Previously, a Google executive named Vic Gundotra said that there will be a Nexus device that’s good for photography and it seems that Motorola as Google subsidiary is working to develop its camera technology. Besides the great camera, Moto X is rumored to come with customizable back cover, improved Google Now, and other mid-class features like 720p display, 10 MP camera, 2 GB of RAM, and dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro MSM8960.