Google X Phone with Android 5.0.1 Key Lime unveiled by AnTuTu benchmarks

AnTuTu Benchmark database has been revealed to feature something called Google X Phone. As soon as that happened, the rumor press started working again by referring to this device as the much anticipated Motorola X.

The screenshot that has made everyone talk about a new Google smartphone to hit the market at some point could very well prove to be fake. If it isn’t, though, then we might just be in for a new smartphone courtesy of a partnership between Motorola and Google.

As far as the leaked screenshot shows, the rumored Motorola X Phone (or Google X, as it’s also known) will sport Key Lime Pie (or Android 5.0.1). Which might indicate that the phone will indeed be unveiled at a later point, especially since this new operating system will be presented during the upcoming Google I/O. One of the rumors that surrounded this device some time ago said that it would not see a June or a July launch, so it remains to be seen whether or not the Google X Phone will, indeed, be launched at the Google I/O

Other rumored specifications of the Motorola X Phone are a 4.7-inch Sapphire Glass touchscreen with a resolution of 1080p, a 4,000 mAh battery and a 2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU. However, the AnTuTu benchmark doesn’t seem to show scores belonging to such a processor.
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Other rumors that have circulated the Internet suggested that the smartphone will feature bumpers made of rubber. Also, there was word going out about its rear including carbon fiber as its main material. The Sapphire Glass that is said to be found in this phone’s screen will make the latter a lot more resistant to serious damage. The Google X smartphone will supposedly also have IP57 certification. In other words: the device won’t get destroyed that easily if there is dust or water around it.

Until this handset is officially confirmed, we can only dream about it. But, as soon as everything is certain about it, we will let you know!