Though, officially known as the Motorola Moto X, or simply Moto X, the Google subsidiary’s upcoming handset is still known to many as the X Phone, or in some cases, the Google X Phone. Whatever you choose to call it, the phone is official, it may be launched within the next few months (October at the very latest, per Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside), and rumored specifications have since been reported for the unannounced device.
With the Moto X confirmed to be a real device, several accessories for it are now available ahead of the device’s release date. These include a few being offered on the website Skinomi, including the Skinomi TechSkin Motorola Moto X Skin Protector ($19.95), the Silver Carbon Fiber Skin Protector ($19.95) and a basic Screen Protector ($11.95).
The site offers a variety of other skin protectors, also priced between $10 and $20, though it bears mentioning that June sounds extremely early for a handset that could be launched or released as late as October.
Specifications of the Moto X seem to be more on the midrange side of things – these include a 1.7 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, a 720p display (screen size not specified), 2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, a 10-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front camera. None of this has been confirmed by Motorola, and assuming the Moto X launches in time for Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, there’s a chance the phone will ship with a more current operating system.
What the Moto X lacks in specs, it may make up in features, as Woodside had hinted at several Moto X sensors at this month’s D11 conference, as well as their capabilities.