Benchmarks for a smartphone called the Motorola XT1055 have emerged online this week, leading many to believe the device could be part of the .
The benchmark scores for the rumored handset show an Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system with a Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor.
Considering the model number and very preliminary specifications, we could be looking at one of the first X Phones from the Motorola and Google team.
As a frame of reference, Verizon'scarries the XT926 model number, which is similar to the one found here. Aside from the CPU, however, the only other "known" factors are the total benchmark score of 18,252 and that the testing is being conducted in the United States.
Previous X Phone rumors suggest that consumers could be in for a experience that includes tailored hardware with multiple choices in shell materials. Other, perhaps outlandish, details are purported to include an always-listening mode, unlockable bootloader and SIM, and stock Android 5.0. One report even suggests that the X Phone can predict what actions the user will perform and open specific apps ahead of time.
Once slated to arrive as early as May, the smartphone (or smartphones) now look like they could be delayed a few months. With Google I/O fast approaching, we can only hope to learn more about the XT1055 there.
As for me, personally, well, I am not holding my breath just yet. I think we might have someto deal with first.