There’s a lot of rumors going around these days about anticipated phones showing up in Android benchmark databases. Ever since search giant Google acquired Motorola Mobile, people have been waiting anxiously for Google to premiere a phone which will be able to give a tough fight to other fabulous smartphones. However, at present there are a number of rumors suggesting that Google’s highly anticipated Motorola X Phone will be out sometime this summer possibly in August.
According to previous rumors, Motorola X will come with a 4.7-inch 1080p screen running Android 4.2. There will be “big built-in storage” as the phone will have no option for microSD memory card slot. Besides, customers will be able to customize internal hardware, such as RAM, color and storage before the smartphone is shipped to them. It was speculated that Google will initially unveil Motorola X at Google I/O 2013 event, which will be held from May 15-17. As Google has promised that it’ll announce new devices, software updates, and more at that event, so there’s a possibility that we may see Google unveiling Motorola X at its 3-day annual developer conference.
However, recently Motorola XT1055 smartphone has surfaced in the popular benchmarking applications AnTuTu. Many people have started to believe that this device could be part of the Motorola X Phone series.
According to the benchmarks, Motorola XT1055 runs Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system with a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor. The Motorola XT1055 has achieved a total benchmark score of 18,252 and the testing is being conducted in the United States.
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F Google with their forced lack of SD card slots…
Boycott that stuff ><