Saturday, December 22, 2012

Google and Motorola are working together on New project: X Phone

Google has decided to take its smartphone future into its own hands and building a new line up of smartphones, working with Motorola to build its own device known internally as the "X Phone."  But it is reported that this device will not replace Google's flagship phone: Nexus. The project is led by Lior Ron, a former Google Product Manager.

Amir Efrati at the Wall Street Journal indicates that the device will be revealed next year and it will stand apart from other smartphones. After that, an X tablet will be the next step, The Wall Street Journal said.

A flexible screen has apparently been considered and abandoned on the XPhone, as have ceramic molds that would allow for unusual shapes and a panoramic camera with better color saturation. The X Phone will feature technology from Viewdle, an image and gesture recognition company that Motorola bought in October.

Read more @

The Verge, Engadget, Android Authority, Techno Buffalo, Wall Street Journal, Mashable, Apple Insider


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