Rumored Motorola device appears, screen size remains unconfirmed
The Motorola X Phone has reportedly appeared in testing, using Sprint's 4G LTE network. The often-rumored device from the Google-owned phone manufacturer is allegedly shown in a photograph leaked by someone involved in the tests, and appears to be markedly different in appearance to the rendered image seen in March.
Key Lime Pie to be 'optimized' OS, 512MB RAM requirement
The next major version of Android could be coming out in October, according to a new report. Android 5.0, also known as Key Lime Pie, could end up being revealed and released to smartphones and tablets at around the same time period as Apple intends to push its iOS 7 mobile operating system to the iPhone and iPad.
Benchmark shows 'Google X' device running on Key Lime Pie
The Motorola X phone may have appeared in smartphone benchmarks, if a screenshot is confirmed as true. The image, showing the phone as running Android 5.0.1 comes at the same time as other rumors suggesting that the Key Lime Pie version of the mobile operating system may not make it in time for a reveal at Google I/O.
Motorola X Phone buzz continues to build with new render appearing
A new render of the rumored Motorola X Phone has appeared courtesy of GSM Arena. Instead of a quad-core Tegra 4i processor as previously thought, the latest round of speculation purports that the device will run a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor. It may also carry IP57 certification, like the Sony Xperia Z, meaning that it will be both dust and water resistant.
X Phone said to house Tegra 4i processor, 4.7-inch screen
A new image and specifications of a rumored Motorola handset have appeared online, days before Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S 4. The new details allege the Google-backed X Phone as a device using an Nvidia Tegra 4i processor, a quad-core chip running at 2.3GHz and using ARM's Cortex-A9 architecture.
Google device could apply pressure to Samsung, Apple
The rumored X Phone by Motorola, owned by Google, has been called a "game changer" that could top the smartphone market. Comments allegedly made by Hugh Bradlow, chief technology officer for Telstra, to other senior mobile staff suggests the smartphone is a "breakthrough" that can "put pressure on Samsung and Apple."
Motorola to take aim at Samsung, Apple with Google backing
Google-owned Motorola is said to be preparing a pair of flagship Android devices meant to take on both Apple and Samsung in the smartphone and tablet segments. The so-called "X phone" and "X tablet" are part of Google's plan for Motorola to return to prominence in order to ensure the continuing health Google's Android platform, which Samsung has come to dominate. The X phone is expected to debut some time next year, and Motorola would begin work on the X tablet after the phone is completed, according to sources.