Motorola's upcoming flagship Android device, the 'X Phone', has been rumored quite heavily since we first heard of it last year; the device will be the first true product of the Google-Motorola buyout, and will go head to head with other high-end devices such as the Sony Xperia Z, HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4. Thanks to reliable phone leaker EvLeaks and some additional information from PhoneArena, we're getting a better picture of what the X Phone will be like.
Photos of the X Phone released by EvLeaks show a prototype device concealed within a non-disclosure case, which PhoneArena has "confirmation" are "the real deal". The pictures of the front clearly show the device running stock Android, which isn't surprising since Google now own Motorola, however the M logo above the display will likely not feature on the final device, according to PhoneArena's sources.
The back of the device is also pictured, however it's believed that this isn't the non-disclosure case, rather the polycarbonate back panel of the actual X Phone. It appears Motorola isn't using their signature Kevlar backing for this device, nor metal, although unfortunately the photos don't reveal much else about the X Phone's construction.
The rumored specs for the X Phone include a 1080p display (although this prototype is said to be using a 720p panel), 32 GB of storage and 2 GB of RAM. Previous rumors have indicated the phone's display size may come in at 4.7-inches, and processor-wise we could be seeing one of NVIDIA's new Tegra 4 chips inside, although it wouldn't surprise us if Qualcomm turned out to be the chip of choice going by past Motorola phones.
Other information about the X Phone includes a choice of 20 colors for the device, and its reportedly "confirmed" for release on both Verizon and AT&T in the United States, although all major carriers will be supported. The X Phone is apparently scheduled for a release in early July, so it shouldn't be too long until we see this device in the flesh.