Days after the alleged specs list of Google's ambitious mystery smartphone project code-named 'X Phone' were leaked online, a new rumour has surfaced that the smartphone will make it to stores in June after the May launch event.
Popular Android website Android and Me has reported that Google will launch the speculated X Phone at the developers conference meet 'I/O 2013' on 15 May. The device is expected to be available through Google Play store at a highly subsidised price like previous Google smartphone Nexus 4.
The X Phone is touted as the first big product to come out from Motorola Mobility since the company was acquired by the search engine giant last year.
The website also reported the X Phone's main USP will be a customization of internal hardware like RAM, storage space to suit the customer's choice, that is OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) will put additional hard ware components to the smartphone just like upgrading the PC configuration.
The report also claimed that the X Phone project is aimed at creating a competitive smartphone brand against Samsung's Galaxy S series handsets.
Earlier speculations had revealed that X Phone will sport a 4.7-inch HD display, 16-megapixel rear camera and 5.0-megapixel front facing camera with a face reading technology similar to Galaxy S4 which features an eye enabled text browser known as 'Smart Scroll'.
Leaked Specs of Google-Motorola 'X Phone' Include:
|Display||4.7-inch Full HD Display|
|OS||Upcoming Android version 5.0OS Key Lime Pie|
|Processor||Quad-core processor NVIDIATegra Chipset 4i|
|Front-Camera||5.0-megapixel camera with lightsensor|
|Dimensions||131.2 x 66.7 x 7.9 mm|