X Phone Pops up in GFX Benchmarks as Motorola XT1058 - Will We See it at Google I/O or Not?

Another day, another rumor. This one is about the Motorola XT1058 or the X Phone. We've heard a million different rumors about this phone. And even one of my favorite MKBHD made a video/rant about the X Phone that I think many of you should check  out. There are so many rumors floating around right now, that it's driving me crazy, I can only imagine how our readers feel about them all.

On Friday, the Motorola XT1058 for AT&T showed up at the FCC. Which means it's the real deal. It may not be the  X Phone, but it's a real device. Now there's a new GFX benchmark for the XT1058 now which has gotten our attention yet again. The information we see from the benchmark shows that it's an AT&T device based on "motorola/ghost_att/" and it also is model XT1058, with Android 4.2.2 on board and codenamed Ghost. It also shows us that the screen size is 1196x720. Which isn't quite 720p. the processor also maxes out at 1728MHz, but doesn't tell us what processor it is. But it's more than likely a Snapdragon chip since the board is MSM8960.

As far as the results go, the XT1058 destroys other phones in graphics tests. Which is a good thing for those of us waiting on this device. This could very possibly be a fake benchmark. But if it is, they must have gone to a lot of trouble to fake this one. Especially since I can't think of any other phone or device that has an 1196x720 resolution display. We're also probably looking at a Snapdragon 600 on this one, but I wouldn't be surprised to see a Snapdragon 800. Especially if it's not launching until August.

How many of you are tired of these X Phone rumors? Are you more excited for Google I/O now? Let us know in the comments down below.

Source: GFX Benchmark

Via: Android Authority

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