The above video was edited and slowed down by folks at androidnext.de.
Hot on the heels of the latest pic of the Moto X in the hands of none other than Google's own Eric Schmidt, we now have an "in the wild" video of the device. The video above is a slowed down version of a video clip shared on Google+ by the blogger Robert Scoble. Mr. Scoble is at a small private Motorola event, and is filming it (with permission) using Google Glass.
At first the video seems innocuous enough. It starts off with the artist Daria Musk playing the guitar, but quickly moves around the event. Very briefly we get a glimpse of the Moto X phone being used by another Motorola executive (Rick Osterloh, the Senior Vice President for Product Management at Motorola). He is taking a picture of the guitar player. Scoble later posted this video to his Google+ page (which we have linked below). Here's a brief quote with more of the details,
If you would like to see the unedited version of the video, here is the Google+ link by Robert Scoble: https://plus.google.com/+Scobleizer/posts/f7JvW6AHP2kThe device has the same curved profile that we’ve seen in the leaked shot of a fully assembled Moto X case, and you can easily spot the camera and the flash on the back of device. Just below them, is what appears to be Motorola’s “M” logo. The phone also matches the description of the Moto X in terms of size and finish.
Motorola denied that the gathering hosted by Guy Kawasaki has anything to do with Moto X, but all clues suggest that the meeting was more than a friend reunion. Some of the guests, including Leo Laporte and Daria Musk, dropped hints that the gathering was hosted by Google, while Robert Scoble flat out said that participants “weren’t supposed to share anything about what [they] were doing there”. The presence of the person who probably leads the development of Moto X, Rick Osterloh, is a telltale sign that attendees came to see the device ahead of its official launch.