Motorola X Phone, image and details out!
This year apart from the Samsung Galaxy S IV, the Google’s Motorola X Phone is getting a lot of attention. The phone is yet to be confirmed, yet to be announced and still the rumors are getting solid day by day. A report published in the Wall Street Journal stated that Google may not be too happy with Samsung hogging almost all of the Android market shares. While Google denied anything to do with that, but a leak hitting the web on the very week Samsung is going to show the Galaxy S IV says a lot.
The Motorola X Phone is supposed to be unveiled at Google I/O being held in May and by the looks of it will be an amazing device. According to AndroidWorld, a generous tipster sent some publication details about the X Phone and the specs are very amusing. The Motorola X Phone is going to have a 4.7 inch full HD 1080p display, which is slightly smaller than the current flagship standard of 5 inch screens. The smaller size will make it more comparable to the HTC One and the unannounced Sony C670 smartphone. The Motorola X Phone is rumored to house Nvidia Tegra 4i processor, while the SoC is a powerful one, we would be really happy if the smartphone comes with the bigger Nvidia Tegra 4.
The Motorola X Phone is also supposed to be packing a 16 megapixel rear facing camera; it seems Motorola is not a big fan of Ultrapixels. A 5 MP front facing snapper will double as a light sensor with eye scrolling features. The smartphone will have the dimensions of 131.2 x 66.7 x 7.9 mm. Now we are a little bit worried about the battery, a 7.9 mm device is a very slim one and Motorola devices are famous for packing enormous batteries. If the Motorola X Phone packs a small battery, this will be a huge blow to those who are desperately waiting for the device. The image in question looks more like a place holder than an actual device so we are not going to ponder on that, the Motorola NXT is something to be interested in. We will update as soon as some more details emerge, and we are sure that they will be coming out soon.
Source – Androidworld.nl
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