Google's Motorola Mobility X phone spotted in FCC paperwork

As tech enthusiasts get ready for Google's I/O Conference this week, rumours and leaks of the mysterious Motorola Mobility X smartphone continue.

Now according to a report on TechCrunch, the Motorola Mobility X smartphone which bears the model number XT1058, was spotted on the US Federal Communications Commission website. The smartphone has been submitted to the commission for final approval. You can view the FCC papers here.

So what does the leak reveal? Well not much, other than the fact that the device supports Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11ac for WiFi and NFC. It's also supporting LTE bands. Also this device appears to be the Motorola XT1058 for AT&T.

Image by evleaks

The Motorola Mobility smartphone. Image by evleaks

Previously @evleaks had leaked images of the Motorola Mobility device. You can view pictures in the tweet below:

Previously AndroidandMe had reported that as far as the X phone is concerned it will start retailing in summer and could start shipping in June or July. The report also stated that smartphone could have a back button with X marked on it which could be used for giving voice commands. But these are all speculations.

Google's top guns have been adding to the hype around the smartphone. CEO Larry Page told investors in an earnings call,"Having seen Motorola’s upcoming products myself, I am really excited about the potential there. In just under a year they’ve accomplished a lot and have impressive velocity and execution.”

Hopefully Google's Motorola Mobility X smartphone will live up to the hype.

Published Date: May 13, 2013 01:00 pm | Updated Date: May 13, 2013 04:29 pm

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