Google’s Phone X has been rumoured for some time. The internet company’s futuristic smartphone that it is building through its Motorola division has been much talked about. Google is unwilling to comment too much, but the latest specs and even rendering release point to something very exciting.
The image shows the phone to be a good looking handset that has more than a bit of the Nexus range about it. Phone X will sport a 4.7-inch, 1,280-by-768-resolution display with Gorilla Glass 3 a 4,000-mAh battery, Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, IP57 certification, and no microSD card slot.
While Google will not confirm the device, it leaking now makes sense. The company has said it will take 18-months to sort out Motorola after it purchased the phone maker, and that 18 months will end later in this year. With that in mind it seems reasonable to think Phone X could land in 2013. However, this could easily be a fake, what do you think?