Over the last few days we have seen a handful of rumors and leaked images of new Motorola phones coming to the market. One of such mysterious devices was recently seen in Vietnam and captured on camera. Judging by the look, however, it looks like it is not the highly-anticipated Google’s X Phone. This unnamed phone looks like a mid-ranger, at least by today’s standards, and is similar to a device spotted in Brazil earlier.
Redesigned Mysterious Motorola Phone…
This new handset looks strikingly different from Motorola’s traditional hard-edge design, which is a good thing. The phone has a smooth, slightly curved non-removable back panel and looks slim and more compact than the Atrix HD and Droid RAZR line. There is a subtle “M” logo on the front right above the screen and the phone appears to be running Android software with a standard Motorola clock.
As the rumors suggest, the mysterious Motorola phone will come with 4.65-inch AMOLED display with 720p resolution and pixel density of 320 ppi. The handset may be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, or possibly higher, and Adreno 320 GPU for graphics. The new Motorola is also expected to offer 2 GB of RAM and a 2200 mAh battery. There is no word on internal memory but we are not seeing any microSD slot for storage expansion.
As you can see, the specs indicate that the phone spotted in Vietnam is a far cry from the Google X Phone. Of course, we will be 100% sure when we see the X Phone when it debuts in mid-May at Google I/O 2013, but as of now we are positive that Motorola is working on at least one more phone.