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New unnamed Motorola phone leaks, not the Google X Phone [video]

A new unnamed Motorola Android handset has been leaked today, but it doesn't seem to be worthy of the Google X Phone title.
March 13, 2013
Purported Google X Phone prototype | Image credit: Tinhte

With just over a day to go until the Galaxy S4 becomes official, we have more Motorola-related leaks, but it looks like the unknown Motorola phone doesn’t seem to be worthy of the Google X Phone title.

The Google X Phone is reportedly going to be Motorola’s flagship device this year, a handset that will be unveiled in mid-May at Google I/O 2013 and that will run a stock Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie version.

In the past few days we’ve seen not one, but two Google X Phone reports detailing potential specs and features for the device, but they were rather contradictory.

Now we have two leaked new Motorola handsets, the RAZR D1 and an unnamed one, which were spotted in Brazil. We’ll add to those the unnamed device featured in the image above (and video below,) which was seen in Vietnam.

This handset is definitely a new Motorola creation, but don’t get too excited, as it doesn’t seem to qualify for that X Phone moniker. The handset is apparently going to offer users a 4.65-inch AMOLED touchscreen display with 720p resolution and 320ppi density, Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro (or higher) processor, Adreno 320 GPU, 2GB of RAM and a 2200mAh battery under the hood.

Other features include a thin bezel, on-screen buttons, an unseen before “M” logo on the top of the display, a slim profile, non-removable curved back case, no micro SD support, and what looks to be stock Android without that many UI changes.

At best, this will be a mid-ranged device by 2013 standards, so is it possible that this particular device is that second mysterious handset spotted in Brazil earlier?

We’ll probably have to wait a while to see pictures of that X Phone unicorn leak, but at least we know Motorola is also working on at least a couple of new Android handsets for 2013.

Are you buying Motorola this year, or will you get something else?