The Motorola X phone has been circulating the rumor swirls ever since we first heard of its equally mysterious name. And now that it's alleged unveiling draws even closer, we stumble across an image of what could possibly be it.
The image was sent in to PhoneArena and according to their sources this is a Motorola XT1056 caught while in testing for Sprint USA's 4G LTE network. The device was described as either having a 4.5" or 4.6" display, or around that size.
We've heard speculations that the Motorola X phone will be a 720p-packing device with an OLED on the front, powered by a 1.7 GHz Snapdragon CPU with 2 gigs of RAM alongside 16 GB of inbuilt storage.
The device in the above image is clearly running Android Jelly Bean (probably 4.2.2) and flaunts truly thin bezels on each side of the screen. There's some kind of sign covered up the right side above the display, but there's no way of knowing what it is or if it's relevant.
MOTOROLA has the best product quality !! in terms of quality if drop a samsung phone on the floor you can not expect the phone to work as the same , but thats not the case in MOTOROLA !!
Yes, htc is first who made the full HD 1080p display phone.
Samsung was the first to make a phone capable of recording and playing HD video. The Omnia HD i8910. What's your point? And what if they are a Samsung fan? You are obviously a Samsung hater. Almost every comment I see from you is filled with Sams...