By Shailesh Shrivastava | Mar 13, 2013 07:02 AM EDT
It looks like floodgates of rumors about Motorola's next Android device have opened, and the fans waiting for Google Motorola's X phone are not able to decide as to which information they should believe on.
So far rumors were talking about the camera and the operating system of this suspicious device, but now the processor has emerged as the biggest thing to give boost to rumors.
A new rumor about the smartphone suggests that Motorola X phone will be powered by a Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor and not by the NVIDIA's Tegra 4i chipset.
Tech website Ausdroid in its report claims to be getting new details about the X phone from its 'well-placed source.' According to the report, the phone will have a 10 megapixels rear-facing camera instead of a 16 megapixel one as rumored earlier.
"Rumours of a 16mp rear camera are just not true, and aren't realistic. Better optics, not higher megapixels, are what's needed in the mobile space, and you'd have to expect that Motorola, of all companies, would know this," the report states.
Meanwhile, a Vietnamese website Tinhte received some pictures of Motorola's to be announced and released Android device. However, people at Tinhte refuse to accept the device as Motorola X phone because of the phone's specifications, especially the screen.
The screen of the phone shown in the picture seems to be somewhere around 4-inch with 720 pixel display. And the possibility of it being the X phone gets straight way ruled out as people are expecting the screen to be larger.
The device does have a good combination of power and performance packed inside and Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 Pro is said to be powering the device.
People speculate that the phone shown in the pictures and a video cannot be the X phone, but it is definitely a Motorola's upcoming device and most probably under the DROID series.
Motorola, like always, has not said anything about the rumors related to the X phone or any other upcoming products coming out from its manufacturing units.
See how the device looks like in the video below:
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