By Shailesh Shrivastava email: email@example.com | Feb 27, 2013 06:33 AM EST
The next product from the joint collaboration of Google and Motorola has already appeared in high-profile tech-talks, and to add more fuel to the ongoing fire the smartphone is creating, there are some pictures and a video.
The upcoming smartphone, Google/Motorola X Phone, is being seen as a device that can give a very tough competition to Samsung's Galaxy S4 and Apple's iPhon 5S/6. And the same shows the pictures of a render created by a New Zealand-based engineer and designer, Jason Chen.
Chen uploaded some pictures of a render he created of the X Phone. He also posted a video displaying the expected performance of the smartphone.
According to the render, the hardware of the phone is going to be packed in metal body, most probably aluminum to make the phone strong and light-weight.
The phone doesn't feature any physical home button and there are three soft touch keys at the bottom of the display.
Speakers of the phone are placed at the bottom flanking the USB charging point and the connector. The render shows the smartphone completely sleek in design with curved edges with a 4.5-inch display.
The top of the phone is going to have a 3.5-mm audio output slot and nothing else. The right side of the phone will have volume controllers, while left side will carry the camera button.
The back of the phone will have a Motorola logo with Google XPHONE carved out, a camera with an LED flash.
Chen has also come up with the specification of the phone. According to him, the phone is going to sport a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display with resolution of 1280 x 720.
When it comes to camera, Chen's imagination looks little weird as he suggests a 13-megapixel PureView camera for the device. However the PureView camera technology is being used only in Nokia's Lumia phones.
The phone can be powered by 1.5 GHz quad-core processor.
Earlier rumors suggested that the phone is going to run on Android's latest version Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.
Watch the video of the render below:
Video Credit: [Jason Chen]