Reports are swirling about the mysterious Motorola X Phone, such as this morning’s story by PhoneArena, but rumors that are more recent have added to the pool with new information on the display and software.

GSMArena claimed on Monday that the Motorola X Phone would allegedly have a 4.7-inch, 1,280-by-768-resolution display with Gorilla Glass 3, where as PhoneArena said it would sport a 4.8-inch display made of Sapphire glass. This latest report also said the device would offer Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with “very few customizations job by Motorola.”

GSMArena even obtained a new render of the X Phone (as seen above):

We were just sent a render of an yet unannounced Motorola Android smartphone. What you see pictured below is supposedly the Motorola X Phone, which might break cover at Google I/O starting on May 15. Along with the render came a short description of the specs, as reported by a person close to the team behind the X Phone. Since we got no proof of that information or the acual source of the tip, you’d do well to take this with more than a pinch of salt.

Both reports feature similar information and further suggest the phone will have a 4,000-mAh battery, Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, IP57 certification, and no microSD card slot.

Also, despite rumors of a Google I/O unveiling, a release date is supposedly set for November.


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