The customisable and much-anticipated Moto X from Motorola may prove to be a bit of a heavyweight when it comes to photography.
Leaked specs from Android and Me founder Taylor Wimberley reveal a 10MP Clear Pixel camera designed to enhance low-light shots. There's also what he calls x4HD Video Capture, a system of using four pixels to create one perfect one.
It's also alleged the Moto X will be able to record full glorious 1080p video footage at - check this - 60fps, with playback dealt at 30fps. Three microphones for 3D audio sound recording round off an impressive roster of specs.
Assuming the leaked specs are true, the Motorola Moto X sounds like a smartphone force to be reckoned with, especially as it reportedly has a specially-designed Octo-core Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, Android 4.2.2 and a display somewhere between 4.3in and 4.7in.