Google+ user Дима Прокопенко has just given us a tantalizing, more complete look at the Moto X, posting a Rogers "Tech Experts" demo video that shows off some of the hotly-anticipated device's unique features.
Before we get to features, it's worth noting that the video indicates a Rogers launch "in August," as an exclusive for the Canadian carrier.
The video also shows off the Moto X's always-on voice commands, allowing users to query Google Search with their voice regardless of whether they're in the search app.
The Moto X will also lack an LED notification light, favoring instead "Active Updates," which "quietly" light up the display with the time and an icon related to your notification. The notification stays on screen for a few seconds, and then goes away until you decide to act.
One of the most interesting things we get to see in the video is the camera app. The Moto X will evidently be able to shoot photos with just a tap of the screen (anywhere), and can take a burst of photos if you tap and hold. The camera can be awoken from anywhere with two flicks of the wrist. When shooting, the screen shows a nice translucent shutter animation over the frame. If you're shooting in burst mode, a small number will count up the number of frames you've got.
Again, the video reiterates an exclusive Rogers launch, with "both black and white" versions available for the carrier in August. Check out the full video below.
Update (7/14 8:48pm Pacific): It looks like Rogers has asked Ausdroid to remove the video from YouTube, but those interested can still watch it below, or by clicking through the source link.