Probably the best function of Moto X that he's always listening, just say "OK Google" And Android answers your questions and requests. Now Google wants all Android devices to do the same, so it would be bringing KITT, or "Android Eyes-Free" to Google Now.
The name KITT suggests a focus for use in cars (or when on the move) so you wouldn't have to touch the phone or look at it, just saying "OK Google" and the required command, the Google Now answer: not long ago you started talking portugueseSo this function should get here quickly. The interface would be minimalistic, clean: a black screen with simple icons: one for when the system is listening, another for when it is talking, and some specifics for notifications. Once the goal deliver the information by voice, and not images, the Google Now wizard would read the entire card, for example, or read the notifications when prompted. In short, the idea that all Google Now features are available without having to touch the device or have it in the field of view would only need to be close enough for the phone to hear.
However, it must be borne in mind that for the Touch Control always works, it is necessary that the device microphone is always on and attentive, which would cause the already weak batteries: Moto X has hardware adapted to it, so it does not suffer from this problem, however, no other Android on the market has this feature. To deal with the battery problem, the rumor tells us that KITT would only work when the device was charging, at least until the battery drain is resolved. That would be a very big limitation.
For now this is just a rumor, but the evolution of Google Now in recent months gives this information a lot of credibility.
How about having Moto X Touch Control on your smatphone?
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