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Motorola Phone X impressed Australian carrier

by On February 14, 2013

While we still don’t have any solid information regarding the rumored Motorola Phone X, it has come to our knowledge that the unannounced smartphone has already impressed an Australian wireless carrier. The Motorola Phone X will be the first smartphone which the Google acquired company will make in collaboration with the parent company. Even though Motorola has released several smartphones after the takeover, Google says none of them were made with their influence. That combined with the rumor that the Motorola Phone X will be the next “Nexus” device, makes the smartphone all the more attractive. Hugh Bradlow is the chief technology officer for Australian carrier Telstra and he is quite impressed what the Motorola Phone X might have to offer. If you are looking for any solid information, well we don’t have any. But Hugh Bradlow is very excited about something, and that makes us excited too. The guy says that the Motorola Phone X will be a “real breakthrough, a game changer that will put pressure on Samsung and Apple.” A device which can put pressure on the smartphone giants like Samsung and Apple, well this might be something amazing. Unfortunately the carrier Telstra is well known to hype devices, so the source is not the credible. But one can always wonder what the next smartphone from Google will bring, apart from the latest version of Android of course. Another anonymous Motorola source while spilling the virtual beans to Smart house said, “Google has been working on this device for a long time. It has software features and capabilities that are not available on a Samsung Galaxy smartphone or Apple iPhone. The software is really powerful and it pulls together Google services like no other manufacturer has done in the past.” The Motorola Phone X is rumored to be introduced at the Google I/O being held in May and is supposed to bring Android Key Lime Pie with it. Source – Smarthouse.au

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