Sorry to analyse your comments. I just had no clue what you were getting at really. And it's in my nature to analyse for better or worse.
Mostly I am concerned with Motorola and right now in this industry you need a killer top end device to be successful. Seemingly this will be it as it seems the model number is a 9XX number and AFAIK that's top end for Moto. I just don't expect much to really differentiate this device enough from current leading sellers. Kevlar and other fancy materials didn't really jack up Moto's market share or get them new design wins with the RAZR. It might have an advantage on first to hit with some IC component setup or something, but I don't think the broader market will flock to that. It will probably have a battery life expectation advantage, but it's primary competition isn't going to be far off and has replaceable battery.
And just as a little side note, I think the bezel, camera, and reception talk is on topic and related to a curiosity as to whether trade-off's have been made to get a better balance in these respects for this device. It could have a 5-core M-series and A15 derived with basebands all on chip and designed in house sorta single chip extremely unique IC and I don't think it would make the device a hit. It's the attention paid to making everything as high end as possible that pays the dividends I think. RAZR had weak packaging, display, and camera. This improves display and packaging I am guessing.
Hard to say on camera? Yet I think the camera is the one thing ALL android OEMs are weak on, even if there has been big efforts to make them better. This is a component of the device that can technically target camera specific OEMs such as Canon, Nikon, Fuji, and Olympus. If you want to differentiate, that is component to do it with. Nokia gets this, but has been tied to obsolete OS and IS tied to a struggling new OS. Yet, because they get this, they are going to sell a completely obsolete device in decent volume. I watch Moto and Nokia today and am just forced to shake my head at what once was.