Remember that HTC tablet that leaked ages ago, the one that looked like an iMac? Whatever happened with that?
On an entirely unrelated note (the tenuous link being that both devices were leaked by evleaks), we’re seeing a bunch of new shots of what is probably the Motorola XT912A.
Last time we talked XT912A, I yelled: Impressive new Motorola smartphone intercepted, but is it the X-Phone? Almost certainly not.
The Motorola XT912A appears to sit around one notch below flagship level, the telltale sign being the 720p display (the jury’s still out on size, though the original leak said 4.65in). The Google X-Phone, on the other hand, is expected to be 1080p.
Also, XT912 is the codename thingy for the original Motorola Droid Razr, so it’s pretty unlikely that it's the same device as the Motorola-built Google X-Phone.
In any case, Motorola XT912A specs purportedly include 2GB of RAM, an Adreno 320 GPU, 2,000mAh battery, and some sort of Snapdragon S4 Pro processor.
These new Motorola XT912A pics don’t reveal much – or indeed anything – about the phone's design, as it’s contained in some sort of intentionally terrible black casing.
The accompanying tweet from evleaks is suitably vague, simply reading: “Blackboxed Motorola for AT&T”.
Motorola XT912A launch at Google I/O? Don’t see why not.