Judging by the codenames floating around the web we can see that Motorola is working on at least three new handsets apart from the much talked about X Phone and the Nexus 5. Last week a mysterious never-before-seen device made a surprise appearance at a Vietnamese website. Today, a phone with the same model number XT912A, codenamed “Ghost”, surfaced at GLBenchmark together with a few more details.
Introducing Motorola Ghost, Yeti and Sasquatch
The “Ghost” will feature a 720p HD display and on-screen navigation buttons and will be powered by a quad-core 1.7 GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro (MSM8960) processor. The benchmark shows the phone running Android 4.2.1, but knowing Motorola’s commitment to having the newest version of Android on its phones, the “Ghost” should launch with Android 4.2.2. The benchmark also confirms that the handset will be headed to AT&T, but it is highly probable that it will eventually arrive on all four major US carriers, at least according to our sources.
Another potential future Motorola device is codenamed “Yeti”. The phone will run Android 4.2 and will be carrier by AT&T. The Motorola “Sasquatch”, spotted recently at Oxbenchmark, may be a variant of the “Yeti”, but since the details are scarce, there is no way to confirm this rumor. The “Sasquatch” will also land at AT&T and will be running Android 4.2. Other than that, there is no word on possible specs and features, so both phones remain pretty much a mystery.
source: Droid Life