Several apparently trusted “insiders”, not to mention a few Google officials, have tried their best to convince us either the mystical X Phone doesn’t exist, or it’s not to be revealed at I/O, but FCC let the cat out of the bag during the week-end.
An apparently mysterious Motorola XT1058 handheld has made its compulsory stop at the US government agency, being at a first glance tied with no previous Moto phone. However, a device going by the same exact codename and a very similar XT1055 have been leaked courtesy of fairly suspicious benchmarks of late, with everything pointing at the two being X Phone versions for different carriers.
As far as the XT1058 is concerned, this is likely headed to AT&T, judging by the LTE bands mentioned in FCC’s internal docs. That and the NFC support are the only specs revealed by the certification, but, based on those early benchmarks, the AT&T-bound X is to come with Android 4.2 or 4.3 Jelly Bean (5.0 Key Lime Pie seems out of contention at the moment), a 720p display of unknown size, plus a quad-core Snapdragon 600 CPU clocked at 1.7 GHz.
Not exactly groundbreaking features, but knowing Google the price is to be the thing’s number one selling point.
<Source: The Droid Guy>