There have been a number of rumors and speculations about the new X smartphone which will be produced jointly by Motorola and Google.
It is claimed that the Motorola X is not just one device but as a brand that can compete the Samsung Galaxy line.
According to inside sources, the first device in the Motorola X series could be released globally by July 2012 which almost coincides with the Google I/O event scheduled in May, Android And Me has reported.
Rumors suggest that the phone will sport an edge-to-edge full HD display, a very rugged and unbreakable built with a long-lasting battery. Furthermore, it is also suggested that Google has implemented a touch-sensitive button in the Motorola logo at the back of the device. The touch-sensitive button at the back is somewhat similar to the Motorola Backflip phone, which was released in January 2010.
Meanwhile, one of the most enduring rumors is that the phone will be the first smartphone to run the latest Android 5.0 (Key Lime Pie) operating system.
In a different statement, Patick Pichette, Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President at Google said that Motorola smartphones do not have 'Wow' factor.
In Morgan Stanley Technology Conference, Pichette said Motorola's products pipeline is "not really to the standards that what Google would say is wow - innovative, transformative."
"We've inherited 18 months of pipeline that we actually have to drain right now, while we're actually building the next wave of innovation and product lines. We have to go through this transition. These are not easy transitions," he added.
Motorola recently released smartphones line which includes Droid RAZR Maxx HD and Droid RAZR M. Users of the new smartphones have come up with positive feedback, but Google's most ardent supporters are expecting to see something more. "Since day one, we've started working on the next agenda and we see that pipeline kind of showing up. Our own kind of work is actually quite promising," Pichette said.
Additionally, Pichette also spoke about the feud controversy about Google's current relationship with Samsung.
"We have a terrific relationship with Samsung, they've been very successful with Android just like the rest of the ecosystem. We welcome all the partners on our Android platform and continue to innovate," he said.
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