With rumours spawning all over the web every now and then, it is anticipated that the much talked about Google X Phone will run on the next generation Android software, believed to be called Key Lime Pie i.e., Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie or Android 4.3. This device with a matte finish look is going to launch later this year with a host of dynamic customization options, outstanding features and innovatively manageable screen sizes.
Rain Tomista, the designer of Google X Phone concept has based the device on the Droid RAZR MAXX HD & HTC Droid DNA. Google X Phone is powered by a 4.7-inch 1080P full HD display with its dimension that measures 131.2 mm x 66.7 mm x 7.9 mm making the device a little thinner than that of DROID RAZR MAXX HD. Moreover, its back is a polycarbonate which is an identical feature of Galaxy S4 of Samsung. Google X Phone is claimed to have 16MP rear facing camera and a 5MP front facing camera with eye catching technology.
In terms of memory, the phone is likely to support 8.16.32GB sizes of storage excluding a Micro SD card. One of the striking features of this smartphone is that its Gorilla Glass 3 screen remains perfectly viewable even in sunlight.
Apart from these, the other specification in limelight includes 4G LTE, notification LED and NFC. The phone with Qi wireless charging option and 20 color options has a wood finish look. In view of such rumours and speculations, the first appearance of “Google X” running on the latest Android version, spotted by a Japanese blog on the An Tu Tu benchmark site indeed excited its global fans a lot.
As for the release date, the Google X Phone may be revealed at the Google I/O conference. So stay tuned till Google officially reveals and speaks up something more at its upcoming event.