Google owned company Motorola has seen photos outed of its yet-to-be-announced Android handset – with the name XFON – indicating it is the rumoured hero Motorola X Phone mobile.
These images have been published over Twitter by the renowned Twipster @evleaks, who has a credible history of leaking accurate information – ahead of schedule.
PhoneArena has confirmed with its own source that these pictures are real.
That title also notes that it has the codename of Ghost, although the pictures don’t show a great deal – due to the black non-disclosure case, hiding its design.
A form factor that is thought to contain a 4.7-inch 1080p screen, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, running a stock version of Android, with 20 different colour choices of case.
The image at the bottom of this article has been established to be the rear panel, said to be polycarbonate and not the usual Moto Kevlar inclusion.
A sticker on the case contains the blurred out wording XFON ATT, indicating Motorola X Phone for the AT&T network.
That network has also been confirmed by the publication’s source, along with Verizon – and with a July release.
Motorola’s senior marketing director for EMEA, Marcus Frost, said to us at Mobile World Congress “We’ve for some really cool stuff to share with you soon”, hinting that it is coming to the UK.