Google’s First Phone Leaked, Looks Relatively Stock (video)
Update: I bothered to read the translated text on the linked source’s site. This phone’s screen appears to be either AMOLED or OLED, sports a 720p resolution, measures about 4.65″, and is supported by 2GB of RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor.
Since Google bought Motorola for $12.5 billion last year, we have yet to see the company’s newly acquired handset division churn out a phone. But the wait may be over sooner rather than later, thanks to this leaked video by way of Tinh tế.
Unfortunately, this is not the flagship phone that I’ve been waiting for, so the Nexus 4 will have to suffice for now. Nevertheless, the unnamed smartphone is a departure from the Motorola handsets of recent, by offering a rounded back that is similar to the one seen on the HTC One (minus the metal facade of course). The bevel of the phone appears to contain a microSIM card slot, and a new Motorola logo positioned on the top left corner of its face. There is no word on the phone’s specs (barring a translation of the below video), though its operation does look relatively speedy – probably attributable to the installed stock Android software.