Well, there’s still nothing concrete, but in the meantime, feast your eyes on this benchmark, which appears to reveal (ahem) a Motorola X-Phone running the imminent new version of Android, namely Key Lime Pie.
Benchmark stuff can of course be faked, but what we’re supposedly looking at is the Google X (presumably the Motorola X-Phone) running Android 5.0.1.
The jury's still out on whether or not the Motorola X-Phone will be an official Nexus device, but the Google X name suggests that that might be the case.
Both the Motorola X-Phone and Key Lime Pie were tipped to launch at Google I/O next month, but more recently we’ve heard that both have been delayed. Sonofa…
The Motorola X-Phone in particular will supposedly be released in "August or later", which makes the notion of a May launch highly unlikely.
Meanwhile, Martin was saying yesterday that Key Lime Pie has been delayed “by 2-4 months”, in order to allow OEMs to continue rolling out Jelly Bean updates.
Depressing stuff. But in any case, Google I/O 2013 gets underway on May 15, just under three weeks from now.