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Motorola X Phone, a Google unicorn: ‘real breakthrough,’ ‘a game changer’?

Motorola X Phone, a Google unicorn: ‘real breakthrough,’ ‘a game changer’?

Motorola X Phone, a Google unicorn: ‘real breakthrough,’ ‘a game changer’?
News from Android Authority:

Remember when Google was repeatedly telling the press that it wouldn’t treat Motorola any differently than any other Android device maker now that it owns the company? That may not be entirely the case, at least not with the X Phone that’s rumored to be unveiled at Google I/O and launch later this year.

The unconfirmed report

A new report from SmartHouse says that Telstra, an Australian carrier, has reasons to be excited about the product said to hit stores later in July, as the X Phone will come with software never before seen in a smartphone:

According to Telstra sources, Hugh Bradlow, Chief Technology Officer for Telstra, has told senior mobile staff at Telstra the new device is a “real breakthrough, a game changer that will put pressure on Samsung and Apple”. […]

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Motorola X Phone will reportedly include revolutionary new features
News from BGR:

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Google (GOOG) is expected to unveil a new smartphone later this year that will be manufactured by Motorola. The device, which is known as the “X Phone” for the time being, is said to feature a high-end rear camera, long battery life and a flexible display, and it is expected to be very durable. Hugh Bradlow, the chief technology officer of Australian wireless provider Telstra, reportedly told employees that the smartphone is going to be a “real breakthrough, a game changer that will put pressure on Samsung and Apple,” according to SmartHouse. Sources speaking to the site also revealed that the…………… continues on BGR

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