As much as we’ve been talking about Google and Motorola’s presumably I/O-bound collaboration, we haven’t actually heard much in the way of X-Phone specs. Until now.
A decidedly juicy Motorola X-Phone leak is spilling all sorts of intriguing beans. Ready? Grab a fork and let’s dig in!
We’re crediting Phone Arena for the Motorola X-Phone specs, which in turn credits one of, erm, Sniggly’s contacts. Nice one, Sniggly.
Supposedly Motorola and Google are out to address two common bugbears with modern smartphones, namely toughness and battery life. Sounds good to us.
For starters, we’re told that the Motorola X-Phone will wear a suit of now-familiar Kevlar, which of course means it’ll be bullet proof. Okay, maybe not bullet proof, but it’s expected to be pretty sturdy.
As for the Motorola X-Phone’s battery, it’s tipped to be in line with the Motorola Maxx range, both of which (there are only two so far, right?) have 3,300mAh juice units.
The jury’s still out on Motorola X-Phone display size, with this particular leak contradicting the previously rumoured 5in with a diagonal measurement of 4.8in.
There’s also a quad-core processor (no surprises there), and while the Motorola X-Phone does supposedly have a microSD slot, there’s also said to be a 128GB version. Cripes.
Finally, the Motorola X-Phone is expected to adopt a Sony sensor for ye olde camera.
Sounds not bad, eh? Tell you what, Moto; keep the bloatware to a minimum and make it waterproof, and you might have yourself a deal.