Motorola is looking to refresh its smartphone series as they lost a lot of ground lately in front of mobile makers such as Samsung Electronics, HTC, LG or Apple by launching new phones in 2013 and one of the is Motorola X Phone. Back in March an unreleased Motorola XT912A device popped up in a video, in Vietnam, revealing a rebranded Motorola handheld with a circle M logo instead of its usual ‘MOTOROLA’ logo, 4G LTE connectivity and running an almost stock-like Android version with a very much simplified UI. Looks like Motorola is keeping its promise at this point.
The same device seemingly leaks again, but this time in the U.S., revealing AT&T network connection with support for 4G LTE, a notification LED besides the ear piece, Jelly Bean operating system as default Android system version, along with the latest Google Play Store app.
Although the phone has been photographed in a large rectangular casing (probably to confuse us), the overall clues shown in these three images reveal many similarities with Motorola XT912A seen a couple of months ago.
Another device dubbed Motorola XT1055 was also revealed today, testing its strength in AnTuTu benchmarks.
Is this the utmost awaited Motorola X Phone?
Update: A new image shared by the same source on Twitter, shows the back of this phone uncovering ‘XFON ATT’ right next to its model name. I guess this hint will definitely refuel the already burning rumor flame.