Let’s have some Motorola X-Phone rumors to get the weekend going, shall we? New details passed to Phone Arena suggest that the rumored-and-seemingly-confirmed smartphone will employ hardware from current Motorola devices, including a 3000mAh battery and Kevlar back.
Expected at Google I/O 2013, the handset could also offer users a larger display size, fast and powerful processor, a lot of internal storage, and Sony camera sensor. Allegedly there are folks already testing early prototypes of the smartphone; we’d expect nothing less for a phone due in less than four months.
Besides running stock Android at the moment, the phone is apparently outfitted with a much better camera than the crappy units Motorola currently uses, and the source said it could be a Sony sensor, as Apple’s exclusivity with the Japanese has drawn to an end.
New, unconfirmed details for Motorola X-Phone
- Android 5.0/Key Lime Pie (stock)
- 4.8″ – 5.0″ display
- Kevlar back
- 300mAh+ battery
- up to 128GB internal storage
- Sony camera sensor