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Benchmarks of the ‘Google X Phone’ Running Android 5.0.1 Appear in AnTuTu Benchmarks; But is it Real?

May 1, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Earlier this morning we reported that there was a new benchmark for the Google Nexus 4 LTE on AnTuTu that is running Android 4.3. Well here’s something that’s a bit more outlandish. Again on AnTuTu, the Google X Phone has been spotted. It actually has 3 different results. The first one is running Android 5.0.1 and the processor is running at 1.5GHz, the next two are running processors at about 1.2GHz and Android 4.1.2, and Android 4.2.2 respectively.

Now keep in mind that these benchmarks are incredibly easy to fake. So these could all be faked. But we do know that Motorola is working on some new devices. We’ve been hearing rumors for months now. From unreliable and reliable sources. We also have seen the codenames leaked. Then there was the part where some Google exec’s said that Motorola’s upcoming devices are going to be outstanding. So we know Motorola is working on something, but what? This is also the first time in the past month or so we’ve seen anything that says Android 5.0. All we’ve been seeing lately is Android 4.3 being the next flavor of Android.

So what about the Nexus 4 LTE? Well we’ve heard rumors, and that’s about it. We’ve seen no real evidence that Google is working on a Nexus 4 with LTE, even though many people would like to hope so. At this point, I’m more inclined to believe the Nexus 4 benchmarks than the Google X Phone benchmarks. Since mostly all signs are pointing to Android 4.3 coming next, and not Android 5.0 at Google I/O in two weeks. But who knows, Google could be doing a much better job at hiding it this year. We’ll have to wait and see. Google I/O kicks off two weeks from today and we’ll be there to bring you all the goodness.

What do you think? Are these screenshots real? Let us know in the comments down below.

Via: Droid-Life