By Stephen Schenck | May 1, 2013 2:59 PM
There’s a lot of news going around today about anticipated phones showing up in Android benchmark databases. A lot of it is seriously suspicious – models purporting to be the “Google Nexus 4 LTE” seem to be trying just a bit too hard to get us to notice them, and while there’s an outside chance they could be legit, the smart money is on someone faking the results. Still, amidst all that mess there is one new model that actually has our attention, identified only as the XT1055.
So, what could this guy be? Well, even though there’s no manufacturer attached to that model number, the XT- prefix is one we’ve seen Motorola use before – the Droid RAZR HD is the XT926, for example.
The XT1055 appears to be powered by a Snapdragon 600 at 1.7GHz and is running Android 4.2.2. As such, this could be a prime candidate for the Motorola X phone, and if not that, possibly one of the other Android models we’ve heard rumored for the manufacturer later this year.
Unfortunately, this benchmark data doesn’t give us any insight into the majority of the phone’s specs, leaving us to guess about things like the display, storage, and connectivity.