A new set of Google X Phone rumors reveals details about this supposed Motorola-made Android handset including launch window and potential intelligent software features.
A purported AnTuTu screenshot shows an over 15,000 score for a Google X Phone running Android 5.0.1 (which could be a Key Lime Pie version).
A new report says that Google’s X Phone could be available in “over 20 colors,” reiterating once again that hardware customizations aren’t likely.
A new report says that the Motorola-made Google X Phone will be launched in “August or later” instead of the previously rumored late-June to July timeframe.
A new report says that Motorola will make three other Android devices in addition to the X Phone, all of them coming this year, but neither one being a Nexus device.
A fresh batch of X Phone rumors are in! The device will reportedly not have customizable hardware, and it seems that Motorola is making a Nexus device slated for a launch at the end of the year.
A first render of the Google X Phone has been leaked alongside specs and features, but the image doesn’t inspire any trust.
A new Nexus 5 rumor claims that the Nexus 5 will feature a 4.5-inch 720p display, 2800mAh battery and a surprising 9-megapixel CCD camera.
The Google X Phone is now rumored to feature a 4.8-inch sapphire display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, a 4000mAh battery, and to launch in November.
A new report now says that the X Phone won’t offer user customizable hardware, but that other future Motorola devices could come with such features.