By Anton D. Nagy | February 2, 2013 12:49 AM
The rumored Motorola X-Phone might or might not be unveiled at the upcoming Google I/O in May, depending on what reports you tend to believe, but its existence, at least the project, has been confirmed by a recent job posting. New reports try to shed some more light on the device, aside from what we’ve already heard: 5-inch, edge-to-edge, no-bezel, screen, and Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie as the OS of choice.
The super-phone will allegedly be made out of Kevlar, at least the chassis, which will make it more durable. Motorola is no stranger to Kevlar (just take a look at recent offerings) and the battery is expected to be in-line with those powering the company’s Maxx phones.
Despite all the five-inch rumors, the X-Phone is now said to have a 4.8-inch-ish screen, a quad-core processor, whopping 128GB internal storage option as well as a microSD card slot for further expansion. The camera is rumored to be a great one, thanks mainly to employing a Sony sensor.
Of course, at this moment, you will all need your dose of salt to go with all these reports, but things will definitely get cleared as we will approach Google I/O.