Rumors of the motorola working on a new high-end smartphone, came back in February. Last week, images of the upcoming device were leaked by @evleaks. Now TechCrunch reports that Motorola Mobility X device baring the model number XT1058, has been spotted on the US Federal Communications Commission website. The smartphone was passed through the FCC for final approval.
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According to the FCC papers the smartphone will come with support for Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11ac for WiFi, NFC. The device was also found to support AT&T's particular LTE bands.
There have been rumors that the device is expected to be released around June end. Also, there is speculation that the device will be sold at an affordable price. Since Motorola is part of Google, this bit of news sure does fit the trend, as the search giant is known to sell it's devices at affordable prices. Androidandme reports that the device might come with support for Google's highly anticipated upcoming devices Google Glass and Google watch.
The report also adds that the device might utilize on Google's recently acquired patent over the backside device touch controls. Apparently the Motorola logo on the back, will act as touch sensitive button that will allow users to issue voice commands.
It is clear that Google has high plans for the upcoming device. Rumors suggest that the smartphone will come sporting a 2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor (Quad-core), 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal memory, 4.7 inch 1080p display along with Sapphire Glass. The smartphone sure does appear to be as powerful or for that matter more powerful then any other flagship devices out there. With a combination of high-end specs and affordable pricing this handset could kill the market. Anyways, it's hard to say anything right now, but once the official news of the specifications and features come up, it should give a clearer picture.
Update: Motorola X has been spotted on GFX Benchmark, with data sujesteng that the handset will come with 1196 x 720 p resolution and a quad-core 1.7 GHz processor.