For quite sometime, Google owned Motorola has been mum on its future devices, but it does not stop us to shift our focus to the makers behind RAZR Maxx.
There hasn't any decent phones announced by the struggling manufacturer recently. Software giant, Google, who is heavily investing its energies on the development of Motorola X phone, is said to unveil the first look at Google I/0 2013. The word on the street is that Motorola is prepping to launch a new RAZR device dubbed as XT912A.
The folks over at Tinhte (via Engadget) have come with sizzling news. As per report, Motorola is coming up with a 720p HD smartphone in the coming days. Indeed it doesn't look like what Google has dreamt about Motorola X phone to be.
As, the alleged video leak surely hints at mid-to-high ranged Android smartphone. The specs are pretty decent as well. The device will have a giant screen, approximately, 4-inch, 2GB of RAM, Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, Adreno 320 GPU and 2,00mAh battery. A good look at the device sheds light on peculiar thing, "Motorola Confidential Property." Is the device meant for testing only?
Well, the American tech vendor is still in the business of making hardware. However, the reach of the Motorola has been cut down by Google.
Motorola X Phone - Highlighted specifications and features
Google is pretty much optimistic with the upcoming handset made in collaboration with Motorola. The device which is still not yet, would features the best possible features you expect on a high end device. Motorola is known for its hardware and on the top of it new version of Android - Kay Lime Pie makes it a stellar deal.
How cool the handset would like? The Google pushed handset will likely to feature Kevlar body, making it durable and stiff in nature. It is expected that the device will arrive with a large battery life - 3300mAh battery.
The Motorola X phone could feature a 4.8-inch 1080p HD display, 128GB of ROM, 3GB of RAM and mini HDMI port. Motorola trusty Verizon may carry the handset this year. It is also being said that the device would be available on Google Play at dirt cheap price. The Motorola X phone could make inroads in the month of July 2013.
Motorola - Future looks bleak
Last week, Google, announced that the company has cut down considerable number of employees from Motorola Mobility.
PTI reports that Motorola Mobility is not going to end its operations in India. Company's big hit device was the original RAZR Maxx: a device with 3,300mAh battery. The tech vendor ventured into tablet computer known by the name of Motorola Xoom, but it ended up horribly.
Now all eyes set on the Motorola X phone. It is said that Google is taking personal interest in order to dethrone rising ambitions of Samsung and Apple.