The Motorola X Phone constantly made the headlines over the past couple of weeks. We either got some leaked Motorola X Phone specifications, or the smartphone has been spotted in FCC logs as the company is preparing its ground for a debut at the biggest carriers of the US market. Well, today we are bringing you fresh details about the Moto X, and, just like many of the leaks regarding unannounced smartphones, the report comes straight from @evleaks.
The notorious leaker has recently tweeted a picture, claiming that it was taken with the highly-anticipated Moto X Phone. @evleakes refrained from revealing any additional information about the X Phone.
Even thought the official details about the Motorola X Phone are shallow for the time being, at least the Chicago-based phone maker has officially confirmed its existence. Moreover, Motorola added that the Moto X will be a smartphone that will come with “contextually aware” software, whatever that might mean. Anyway, this is a hint that the Motorola X Phone might not come with Nexlus-like stock Android experience, as it was initially rumored.
You should take the rumor with a pinch of salt because there’s no EXIF data in the file to confirm that the picture was indeed take with a Motorola X Phone unit. Anyway, the reports coming from @evleaks are usually quite accurate, thus we might be indeed looking at a picture taken with the Moto X.
In case you are curious what the rumor mill has to say about the Motorola X Phone specs, learn that the smartphone will reportedly arrive with a 4.7-inch display with HD resolution and that the terminal will be underpinned by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 Pro CPU based on two Krait cores clocked at 1.7 GHz, plus 2 GB of RAM.
The rumored Motorola X Phone specs also include 16 GB of internal flash storage and a 10 megapixel camera mounted on the back (probably the one used to take the above picture). The next-gen Motorola flagship will probably also come with a user-facing 2 megapixel camera and it will run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out of the box.
Even though Motorola said that the Moto X will aim to bite a chunk of its rival’s market share (the iPhone 5S, Samsung’s Galaxy S4, HTC One, and Sony Xperia Z) the technical specifications of the device are indicating that the new-comer might not be able to stay competitive on a market dominated by smartphones with full HD displays and quad-core processors.
Google’s Larry Page said that some of the biggest problems of nowadays smartphones is related to the battery life and durability. His statement makes us believe that the Motorola X Phone will come with a Droid RAZR Maxx-like battery and that its case will be both water and dust proof.
What are you expecting from the Motorola X Phone? Will you still purchase it if the above technical specifications are confirmed at the launch? Please let us know in the comments section below.