An executive at the Australian mobile phone carrier Telstra has allegedly described the rumoured Motorola X Phone as a “game changer”.
Google acquired Motorola Mobility in May 2012, seemingly in an attempt to obtain the manufacturer's range of smartphone patents.
However, it seems that the technology giant is now planning to bring out an Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S3 rival under the brand.
The insider spoke to SmartHouse about the upcoming release, and described the handset as “really powerful”, perhaps hinting at an impressive processor.
Previous speculation suggested that Google would even debut its eagerly anticipated next-generation Android Key Lime Pie operating system with this handset.
This will be a key selling point, as many gadget lovers are eager to be among the first to take advantage of the new-and-improved software.
Google I/O, the annual developer conference, is scheduled to take place in San Francisco between May 15th and 17th, and the new platform and handset could be unveiled there.
Posted by Samantha Green