The highly anticipated and hotly rumoredphone may have just popped up in FCC filings earlier this week.
According to the paperwork, the Motorola device includes the model number XT1058, and supports that the X phone will be available on AT&T.
For one thing, the handset is enabled for a GSM network, and it appears to be operating on 1900/850 bands -- both factors are indicative of an AT&T device.
The report also notes that the phone has 4G LTE and NFC capabilities.
Ever since Google acquired Motorola, talk of the X handset has been, and it hasn't slowed down.
While we may not see the X phone in time for Google I/O (which starts on Wednesday), previous include Android 5.0, an optional wood construction, and an eight-core processor.