Till now we only have had a relative idea about how powerful the Motorola X-Phone will be, with the latest set of specs being leaked only yesterday. But the folks at GSMArena have now come across the first rendered image of the Motorola X-Phone.
The report makes it clear that the above image has been sent by an anonymous tipster and there is no way to prove if it is the real deal. It is also difficult to believe that this is the real thing because there are quite a few errors that are clearly visible. For instance, the time displayed on the system clock and the widget are a few minutes off and then there is also the case of the missing ear piece.
The source also reveals that the phone will sport a 4.7-inch HD (1280×720 pixels) display and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and also includes a massive 4,000mAH battery. Contrary to what we reported yesterday, the source says that phone’s screen will be made of Gorilla Glass 3 and also have an IP57 certification which makes the device waterproof.
Notably, the screen resolution seems to be on the lower side for a flagship smartphone in 2013, and it’s quite hard to fathom a flagship device without a Full HD panel.
To recap what we had reported earlier, the phone is expected to have dimensions of 131.2×66.7×7.9mm and will include features like a 16-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera with eye scrolling technology. On the software front, the device will reportedly include the latest version of Android, rumored to be called Key Lime Pie.
The report also reiterates that the Motorola X-Phone will be launched at the Google I/O in May.