By Shailesh Shrivastava | May 07, 2013 10:44 AM EDT
It looks like that Motorola's new rumored X phone is getting a great deal of attention as the Google I/O date gets closer.
After the leaked images surfacing from @evleaks with crucial details about the specs and carrier network of the upcoming device, the smartphone is once again spotted in an AnTuTu benchmark test.
Many sources have suggested that the Motorola X phone is code-named "Ghost" but the information revealed by the Japanese website Ameblo says the device is code-named "Obake." There is no difference between the two, however, as Ghost is Obake in Japanese.
The AnTuTu benchmark test result published by the website shows the smartphone running on Android 4.2.2 with a 1.7 GHz processor. If the benchmark result is something to go by, the device looks to be in the higher middle range of the smartphone market.
The score of 18218 hints at the device being powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 Pro. However, we are still not sure about anything, as none of the details have come from an official source.
The X phone was allegedly spotted in some leaked pictures just days ago.
The regular leakster @evleaks posted some pictures of the alleged X phone, saying that a prototype of the phone was being tested on the AT&T network. The pictures showed some of the details about the phone, including its name.
The device in the pictures was covered in a black rubber case so the design was not something could be described. However, the pictures showed the Motorola logo at the top left corner.
The screen displayed an applications page that confirmed the availability of the AT&T network, as it had the myAT&T app and the 4G LTE logo right next to each other.
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