Motorola X Phone (Moto X) Specs Leaked, Looks Rather Like a Mid-ranger
We haven’t heard about the Motorola X Phone in a while, but courtesy of @evleaks, the endless source of rumors about unannounced devices, the smartphone co-developed by Google and Motorola is making the headlines again. Anyway, it’s the first time we get to see the detailed Motorola X Phone specs.
Even though certain sources said that the X Phone will be unveiled at Google I/O event in May, the smartphone was not present at the event. We don’t know too much about mysterious smartphone, but at least we know for sure that it does exist. Motorola has confirmed that the X Phone (Moto X) is indeed in the works, at the D11 conference.
Returning to the Motorola X Phone specs unveiled by @evleaks, learn that they reported that the highly-anticipated smartphone will sport a 720p display and that it will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset codenamed MSM8960 based on two Krait cores clocked at 1.7 GHz.
The reports are indicating that the Moto X will come with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. While the front-facing camera has a 2 megapixel sensor, it seems that the camera mounted on back of the Motorola X Phone will be a 10 megapixel unit.
The aforementioned smartphone will come pre-loaded with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Even though Motorola claims that the X Phone is aiming at the market share of the iPhone 5S and the Samsung Galaxy S4, the rumored technical specifications of the Moto X are showing the contrary as the smartphone is rather a member of the mid-range segment.
While the big players of the smartphone market are fitting full HD and quad-core processors inside their flagship smartphones, Motorola is still one year behind, if the rumored X Phone specs are accurate.
Still, the Motorola officials said that the Moto X will come with a special user-orientated interface that is said to revolutionize the smartphone world. Google’s Larry Page said that the biggest problems of the modern smartphones are the battery life and the durability, so we are expecting the Moto X to come with a huge battery and water and dust proof case.
Even most of the times though @evleaks provide accurate details about unannounced products, we are advising you to take the Moto X rumored specs with a pinch of salt.
Anyway, if the rumors are accurate and the X Phone indeed comes with the aforementioned specs, do you find the hardware platform powerful enough to fit your needs? Please let us know in the comments section below.