Details of a 2012 Motorola concept phone have leaked online. The concepts and mockups are an important part of the process of creating a product, pre-drawn designs are especially the most important part of the mobile industry if you do not have a design drawn up you cannot move on to the next stage in creating the product. The Motorola Moto Swift was a concept phone from the 2012/2013 era that never left the 2-dimensional world, and a prototype for the device was never created.
The Moto Swift was going to have a 4.3-inch FWVGA display, an 8-megapixel camera with the ability to shoot 1080p video. The device was also set to have Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box with Motorola’s Motoblur skin running on top. The Moto Swift’s design is on par with other devices that Motorola was releasing during that time, such as the Atrix 2 or the Droid 4, and if you look a little closer, the Moto Swift looks somewhat like the original Moto G. Also, in the leaked renders of the Moto Swift– that can be seen in the gallery – Motorola describes the phone’s design as Uni-Body and seamless as well as harmonically crafted. Interestingly enough, this is just one of likely a number of concept devices that were never released by Motorola.