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RumorTT: Motorola X Phone benchmarked, shows it running Android 5.0

Googlerola X Phone leaked in benchmark screenshot, now called Google X

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Apr 25, 2013 3:38 pm

This morning a screenshot appeared online of what appears to be an AnTuTu benchmark ran on the Google / Motorola X Phone. While the benchmark is cool, the truly interesting thing to be noted is the name change.

 

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Having long been rumored as the Motorola X Phone, the screenshot shows that the device used in the benchmark was named Google X. While this could be a development codename, it is more likely that the X Phone takes on Google's name and could even become the Nexus X. To me this makes more sense as Motorola is deep in branding for the Razr line of phones.

 

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The screenshot also seems to confirm rumors that the X Phone will run Android 5.0.1 codenamed Key Lime Pie, which was rumored to be unveiled at Google I/O. Unfortunately there are more rumors that Key Lime Pie will not make an I/O appearance due to development delays and setbacks.

NEWS SOURCES
Electronista.com, Rbmen.blogspot.co.uk

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