Last night in an interview during All Things D conference, Motorola CEO, Dennis Woodside confirmed the name Moto X which will be Motorola’s flagship phone in 2013. Mr Woodside actually had a Moto X in his pocket during the conference, unfortunately for us, he didn’t feel like sharing its design (or so the sources claim), saying that there will be a time and a place to show it off to the public.
The details we have about Moto X today are based on rumors, spec-wise we can only speculate at this point. A prototype of what could be the Moto X has been seen in Vietnam a couple of months ago and seen again in early May, however we have no solid grounds to link it to Moto X yet. Another device has been spotted at the FCC commission as Motorola XT1058.
We’re expecting Moto X to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor or maybe an Intel Atom dual-core chipset, at least a 12MP rear-camera and a more simplified user interface on top of the Android operating system which could be version 4.3 by the time it will be available on the market, if not Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.