The anticipations towards Motorola X Phone have successfully heated up the smartphone industry. With so many reports on the looking and specs of Motorola X Phone, Google still doesn’t show any info on this smartphone to its fans. The very latest leaks about Motorola X Phone were about its looking and codename by EvLeaks, who has claimed this report to be legit. Totally there’re two images of Motorola X Phone leaked, and the codename of X Phone was also mentioned in the leak, which is reported to be Ghost.
But people couldn’t see the actual X Phone clearly, because it is wearing a black non-disclosure case that is hiding the phone itself. It is reported that the rear panel is the device itself, and not the case. It is said to be made of polycarbonate, not metal or even Motorola's traditional Kevlar.
The leaked pictures confirmed the previously rumored headphone jack centered on the top edge of the device, and the power and volume buttons both on the right edge of the device, like the Nexus 7. The label on the back of the device is a bit hard to read, but it does list the model of the device as "XFON ATT". This is a pretty big deal because Motorola has always had very close ties with Verizon, and Google has never launched an official Nexus device through AT&T, although AT&T has supported the Nexus 4 and 7. As reported, the X Phone has been confirmed for release on Verizon and AT&T, but it will support all major carriers.
The M logo in the top left is a something that all prototype devices are branded with at Motorola, but it is unlikely to appear on the final device. It might be a pity as all famous smartphone makers have their own labels on their smartphones. Apple is basically the only one, because everyone else - Samsung, Sony, HTC, Google, even LG - just use their own names as a "logo". It's nice to have the symbol sometimes.
And, even better news comes: it was once reported that the X Phone's release had possibly slipped to August or later; but in fact, the device is still scheduled for release in early July. As to the specs, it should be packing 32GB of storage, and 2GB of RAM. The prototype has a 720p screen, but the final version is planned to have 1080p screen as reported. The screen size is mostly to be 4.7". The device would come with an Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system, not the rumored Android 5 Key Lime Pie, with a Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor.