Google and Motorola have been rumored lately to be planning the launch of a new superphone, one that would prove even more appealing than the popular Nexus series, and which might arrive on shelves as the Motorola X, although nothing has been officially confirmed on the matter for the time being.
There are no specific details on what the new mobile phone might be able to provide users with in terms of hardware or outer design, yet that did not prevent enthusiasts from already imagining it.
The concept device was imagined with a large 5-inch touchscreen display, an edge-to-edge panel that should look highly appealing to all users.
Other devices have been already rumored to arrive on shelves with similar screens, including the Galaxy S IV, concept-phones notes, yet the Motorola X appears capable of outpacing them.
The new device was also imagined with a Kevlar body, similar to other smartphones from the company, as well as capable of delivering a full HD resolution.
Should previous rumors pan out, the device might land on shelves with a quad-core processor inside, 2GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal memory, along with a microSD memory card slot.
Furthermore, it might sport a 13-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with support for full HD video recording. A front camera for making video calls could also be included in the package.
Motorola X is also rumored to arrive on shelves with the next flavor of Google’s mobile operating system loaded on top, namely Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, and might become official at Google I/O 2013.
For the time being, these specs haven’t been confirmed, and we should take them with a grain of salt. As for the device that can be admired in the photo attached to this article, it is merely a concept, though the actual smartphone might resemble it.