Apparently Google chairman Eric Schmidt isn't the only one that's unafraid to have his photo taken while using the yet-to-be-revealed Moto X. In a set of images taken by Motorola advisor Guy Kawasaki during a company party, we can clearly see one person wielding a bright green Moto X. The device features the same rounded edges, circular Motorola logo, speaker and camera/flash combo that we've seen in past Moto X leaks, and the green back panel looks similar to a part that appeared in a set of images that surfaced earlier in July.
Motorola has so far only confirmed the Moto X's name, but the device has been extensively leaked in both photos and videos. One of the big selling points of the X is expected to be its customizability, with the rumor mill claiming that buyers will be able to select the colors of their Moto X's front and back panels and possibly engrave it with a custom message as well. Motorola will officially reveal the Moto X on August 1, so it won't be long until we finally get the skinny on what's thought to be one of the first phones made by Motorola under Google's watch. Until then, you can find a close-up of this green Moto X as well as the original photo in the gallery below.