The Motorola XT1058, aka the X Phone, has shown up on GFX Benchmark with a 1.7GHz processor and 720p display. What really stands out is the graphics tests, which shows the XT1058 achieving higher FPS than the HTC One and Galaxy S4.
The Motorola XT1058 has hit the FCC, but is it the Google X Phone, or is it a different AT&T-bound Motorola handset? Read on, as we try to fit different pieces of the puzzle.
A new set of Google X Phone rumors have hit the web, with one providing certain details about the handset and with another one suggesting Google is backing away from the project.
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Nothing official, but plenty of leaks and ‘sources’ have made the X phone our white whale. Is it going to catapult Motorola into the forefront of Android device manufacturers, or be just another phone worth a look and a shrug?
Read on to find out!
A new set of images supposedly showing the Google X Phone (AT&T XFON) have hit the web revealing a handset in protective case that features an interesting Motorola branding. Read on for more details!
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 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.