Unsurprisingly, infamous twitter user @evleaks has been gracious enough to list the specs of the new Motorola X phone, and its looking to be a solid mid-to-high end device. The Google-owned company has put together a phone running Android 4.2.2 Jellybean powered by 2GB of RAM, a dual-core 1.7GHz MSM8960 Pro processor, and comes with 16GB of internal storage. For those of you worried that a dual-core processor won’t satisfy your needs, it should be noted that in benchmarks the device out-performed the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One. On the outside they’ve put a generous 10-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. The display has a 1196 x 720, 720p resolution and its safe to assume it will be of the standard IPS variety.
As reported before, the phone will also feature a boatload of sensors, and could possibly utilize the cool edible vitamin password that Motorola/Google’s Regina Dugan showed us earlier this year. Other sensors include one that detects when the phone has been taken out of the pocket, and another that can detect how fast you are going in a moving car, prompting your phone to act differently for safety purposes.
If past rumors are correct, we could be seeing this phone sometime in October, though only time will tell. Let us know in the comments if this is the X phone you’ve been waiting for, and if not, what you would have like to have seen from Motorola and Google’s much-anticipated outing.