X8 Mobile Computing System

Divide and conquer with 8 cores

How can a phone that’s able to do so much, still squeeze so much life out of the battery? With a proprietary Motorola system architecture and eight processor cores that only run when there’s work to be done.
  • 4 graphics processor cores for stunning clarity
  • 2 application processor cores for swift action
  • 2 low-power cores—awaiting your next command

The Motorola X8 Mobile Computing System is comprised of a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4Pro family processor (1.7GHz Dual-Core Krait CPU, Quad-Core Adreno 320 GPU), a natural language processor and a contextual computing processor.

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Tuned to your voice

With the Motorola X8’s natural language processor and advanced noise cancelling technology, Droid is ready to respond whenever you say “OK Google Now.” Just speak that phrase and ask for anything at all: Traffic info, the name of a song, your team’s score, a reminder to buy milk, calling and texting information and more.

It works when the display is off, it even works when you aren’t holding the phone. And it works without slamming your battery. Just teach it your voice, and your wish is its command.

Know with just a glance

Stop wasting power by waking up your phone every time a notification light flashes. The Motorola active display on Droid fades updates on and off the screen as if whispering to you who is emailing, calling or texting. You’ll know which notifications need a response, and you can simply touch the display for more information.

The Motorola X8’s contextual computing processor knows when Droid is in your pocket, bag or even face down, and the display only lights up the pixels it needs when you’re ready to look.

Camera in a flash

The Motorola X8’s contextual computing processor also jumps into action when you need to take that photo fast. It uses the accelerometer in the phone to detect motion, and checks the ambient light and proximity sensors to see if the phone’s out of your pocket. And, only then does it fire up the gyroscope to recognize that simple twist of your wrist that means you’re ready to shoot. Never miss the perfect shot again.