Originally Posted by biggiestuff
Do you have a link regarding the new moto x having that chip? Most of the reviews I read indicated that new moto x passed off those duties to the snapdragon SoC. I think the reason why motos work so well recognizing your voice is the 4 mics. I think you're right and the reviews are wrong so I agree with you. I'd just like a confirmed link so I can be right as well. I can't wait until ifixit tears downt he moto x and nexus 6.
Well, here's the text from the 2014 Moto X specs on the official Motorola page: "Motorola Mobile Computing System including 2.5GHz Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 801 with quad-core CPU (MSM 8974-AC), Adreno 330 @ 578 MHz GPU, Natural Language Processor, Contextual Computing Processor" https://www.motorola.com/us/motomake...+1-story-specs
Seems like they're stating it right there, that in addition to the 801, there's a natural language processor and contextual computing processor that, combined, they are calling the Motorola Mobile Computing System.
This is from the AnandTech review of the second gen Moto X: "First, we see the ability to assign new keywords other than “Ok Google Now”, which is nice. I’m not really sure how this is enabled, as based upon some digging Motorola is still using a TI C55x DSP to enable low power hotword detection." http://anandtech.com/show/8523/the-n...-2014-review/2