Google's Android operating system is used by several manufacturers including market leader Samsung. Motorola is one of the global handset vendors, who is sitting at the other end making few models based on the platform. Owned by Google, the company has not made any Nexus smartphones so far, however, this situation is all set to change soon.
Ongoing rumors suggest that Google has finally awakened and will involve its subsidiary to enter the smartphone marathon with the launch a Nexus smartphone called Motorola X Phone.
While rumors and speculations of the X Phone, the secret project of Google are rife since 2012, the details of the device have started surfacing online only recently. According to a PhoneArena report citing an inside source, the X Phone would offer a plethora of physical customizations that include different color combinations (unbelievably over 20 color options) and the ability to select the material of the outer casing.
Further, the report claims the material of the outer casing might not be an option in the first generation X Phone, but it could be offered in another device later this year.
Earlier rumors suggest that the X Phone will be launched in June, while a few reports came said that it will be July, however, the recent report says that the Motorola X Phone would not launch until 4Q13.
Moreover, as per earlier rumors, Motorola X Phone might come with a 4.7 inch Full HD 1080p display, 2.3GHz NVIDIA Tegra 4i quad core processor with LTE support, 2GB RAM, 16MP rear camera and 5MP front camera with support to Google Hangouts and Google Talk.