The images show the Motorola X Phone running on stock Android and the pictures which show the back side of the device appear legit as well.
Yes, once again we have something new and interesting about the Motorola X Phone. This time there are a lot of new images and also some valuable information about the Motorola X Phone that has been leaked on the internet.
Motorola X Phone or Google X Phone, call it whatever you want, but the fact still remains that this new smartphone has been in talks since a long time now. There was a time when we all wondered whether the Motorola X Phone even exists or not, but the rumors and leaks have not stopped. Every single time, we get to see new images and added information about this device.
So even we still cannot say for sure whether this device exists or not (even though we want to believe that this device does exist), we will definitely tell you what the new rumors say.
The X Phone is expected to be the next-gen flagship device of Motorola and is expected to be the first true product of the Google-Motorola buyout. The Motorola X Phone will be powerful enough to compete against current next-gen smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S4, Sony Xperia Z and HTC One.
And if you are wondering whether the leaked images are worth looking at, let me tell you that the images have been leaked by none other than EvLeaks! EvLeaks is one of the most trusted and reliable sources when it comes to correct information about smartphones way before their official release dates.
PhoneArena also said that the images leaked by EvLeaks are ‘the real deal.’ The images show the device running on stock Android and the pictures which show the back side of the device appear legit as well. You can see that the back of the device is also pictured, but this is not the non-disclosure case, rather the polycarbonate back panel of the actual X Phone.
Coming to the specs part, this device will have 4.7-inch screen with a 1080p full HD display, NVIDIA Tegra 4 or Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.