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First, we’re starting with the big news of the day.
The next version of the Moto X has a big reveal, but it’s not coming until April 4, 2018.
This is a big deal for fans of the X series, who were hoping for the first-ever official reveal of the new Moto X in a couple of months.
But it’s coming, and it’s going to be a big one.
The next-generation Moto X will be made by Qualcomm, the same company that has been developing the Snapdragon 835 SoC for years.
It will be powered by the Snapdragon 820, which is a dual-core, quad-core CPU with 2GB of RAM and 8GB of storage.
The Snapdragon 821, on the other hand, is powered by an octa-core chip with 4GB of DDR4 RAM and a single-channel USB 3.1 Gen 2 port.
It also features a higher resolution screen and a larger battery.
The new Moto has been in development since at least late 2015, and was expected to be unveiled at the CES 2017 event on April 4.
Instead, the next-gen Moto X is coming in April and the unveiling will take place at the same time.
The company that made the Snapdragon 808 processor for the Moto Z will be working on the Snapdragon 840 chip for the new one.
This new processor has two things in common with the Snapdragon 800: it has a smaller cache, and the RAM size is also smaller.
This means the Moto will be able to run at up to 4GB (64GB) of RAM, and that’s where the new processor will likely come into play.
Qualcomm says that the new Snapdragon 820 processor has twice the performance of the Snapdragon 715 processor in terms of raw performance, which means it should be able double the battery life.
The Moto X, on its own, is not going to have a lot of exciting new features.
The most obvious change is that the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor will be gone.
The front-facing camera will be bumped to 8MP, and all the other camera functions will also be on board.
This should be a welcome upgrade over the Moto G3 and G4, but the sensor will still be the same size, with the same resolution.
The biggest change is the presence of Qualcomm’s wireless charging technology, which will allow you to charge the Moto via an inductive charging cable.
You can also use it to charge your phone via a standard USB port, which could be a good thing if you want to use it for travel.
The company also says that it will make the Moto a one-year warranty, but we’ll have to wait and see what this actually means.
We’ve seen a lot more details on the Moto in the past few months.
Last year, we learned that the Moto E was in the works, but that it had been canceled due to delays in manufacturing.
This year, Motorola will reportedly unveil the Moto 6, a 6.5-inch tablet with a quad-HD display.
And last week, we got a glimpse at the Moto Mini, which was rumored to have the Snapdragon 625 SoC, which also has a quad, octa, and dual-band processor.
But now, we’ve learned that Qualcomm is working on an 8-inch, 1080p smartphone.
This new device, codenamed ZOOM, will likely be the company’s next flagship device, and we’ve already seen the design of the phone.
It looks like Qualcomm is taking the Moto’s 8-point multitouch display and adding a 5-point touchpad, which should be the next evolution of Motorola’s flagship.
The ZOom is a 10.6-inch phone that Qualcomm says will be available in two different sizes, the 8- and 9-inch models.
We also know that the device will be coming with a 12MP camera.
Qualcomm’s ZOOOM will likely launch sometime this year, but for now, there’s no official word on a release date or pricing.
We have a couple other exciting Moto X rumors to report, too.
The Moto X (Moto X Pro) is expected to launch in March 2018, with a price tag of $1,999.
It’ll be powered through a Snapdragon 830 SoC with 2.3GHz of performance and 2GB RAM.
The device will also feature a larger 8MP camera, but this will likely not be a new sensor.
The phone will also include Qualcomm’s Smart Connect, a new feature that lets users remotely control their phone using a Bluetooth-enabled device, like a keyboard or mouse.
This feature will allow users to control their phones remotely from the lock screen, with only a PIN and fingerprint sensor required.
The device will probably also feature NFC, but Qualcomm says