The Motorola X-Phone project is fast shaping up and new reports indicated that power indeed is packed with 'The Other' Google signature handset and will flash a body profile that is lighter and thinner than the Droid RAZR Maxx HD.
And it will be the first Key Lime Pie smartphone, overtaking even the Nexus 5.
Courtesy of Android Authority, the X-Phone is said to flex its wares in the following dimension mix: 131.2 x 66.7 x 7.9 mm, obviously surpassing the sleek attributes of Motorola's Droid RAZR smartphone lines.
And the power within is equally impressive, mainly headlined by NVIDIA's quad-core Tegra CPU with unspecified top-speed at the moment.
But the fresh chip architecture should be sufficient enough in fuelling the expected incredible showing of the X-Phone's camera - which is the combined sensors of 16MP at the rear and 5MP for the secondary shooter.
While details were at best sketchy, the X-Phone cams should be able to produce images and video clips with impressive quality judging on the specs attached to them.
Yet more notable is the additional light sensor that will come with the X-Phone's front cam, which Android Authority said for eye-movement detection that supports automatic scrolling in the handsets.
This suggests that Google and Motorola are gearing up to take on a warpath that will set them in direct collision course with Samsung - inarguably the current Android smartphone king.
If indeed a major conflict is in the offing between Motorola and Samsung, a proxy war actually between Google and Samsung according to analysts, the former enjoys a key advantage - getting the fresh Android vanilla, Key Lime Pie, in advance.
Aside from having the best hardware specs possible, the X-Phone will likely elicit significant interests from Android on the account too of KLP, which is believed to begin flashing its capabilities by early Q3 2013.
Also known as Android 5.0, Key Lime Pie is likely to launch simultaneously with Motorola's X-Phone via the Google I/O developers conference on May this year.
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