The Motorola X Phone could be the first gadget to feature the eagerly awaited Android Key Lime Pie operating system.
Version 5.0 of the Google mobile phone software is likely to offer a host of improvements, including performance upgrades for a faster and smoother user experience.
The search engine giant acquired Motorola Mobility in May last year, so it is no surprise that it has chosen to attract customers with the new platform.
The X Phone could feature an edge-to-edge five-inch display, meaning owners can take advantage of more screen space without compromising comfort.
Rumours posted on the DroidForums website also suggest that the device and firmware will be debuted at the Google I/O event this May.
The latest Android platform on the market is version 4.2, which currently only features on the LG Nexus 4 handset.
Data from the creator shows that just 10.2 per cent of users are taking advantage of the Jelly Bean system – almost half of Android devices are still running Gingerbread 2.3.
Posted by Claire Marshall