XPhone is Google’s original product after buying out Motorola. It will be announced in May 2013 on Google’s I/O Event. Senior Managers in the Australian Telecom point out that Google’s XPhone will become a Game Changer with a number of breakthroughs, challenging the existing positions of Apple and Samsung.
Telstra’s technical official Hugh Bradlow held that XPhone is a powerful and unprecedented smartphone. Its built-in software together with remarkable hardware specification has surpassed the current models made by Apple and Samsung. XPhone is also regarded as the great competitor of iPhone which Google deliberately targets to take Apple iPhone down with this flagship. XPhone is produced by Motorola, designed by Google originally, it will be announced this may and be shipped this July. Two months ahead of iPhone 5S/iPhone 6 and Note 3’s announcement. Would this really be a game changer?
XPhone’s prototype has a 4.8-inch Full HD display, quadcore processor, 10 mega pixel Exmor RS Camera, 3300 mAh battery (same as what you got in Samsung Galaxy Note 2). Like any other Google devices in the name of Nexus, it will be shipped with the latest Android Operating System which is named Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. The XPhone is expected to be priced at $299 USD which is really a affordable price.
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