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Motorola X phone rumoured to be the first device to ship with Android Key Lime Pie

Motorola X phone rumoured to be the first device to ship with Android Key Lime Pie

Motorola X phone rumoured to be the first device to ship with Android Key Lime Pie
News from NDTV:

Motorola has called dibs on Key Lime Pie or Android 5.0 as we know it. According to DroidForums, the X-phone, which Google is working on alongside Motorola, will be the first device to come with the latest Android OS and can witness a debut at Google I/O event scheduled to take place in May in San Francisco.
 
The forum has also mentioned that it will feature a 5-inch edge-to-edge display with no bezel. Furthermore, it will not be categorised as a ‘Nexus’ device and will compete as a new sub-brand. The site adds that the raw Android on the smartphone will be skinned with a Nexus-like UI atop.
 

While this will not be a Nexus device, supposedly, Motorola has been working hard to create a UI that both compliments and enhances the Android experience, and is intended to be Nexus-like.

 
It goes on to say that the company is working on software add-ons that will be integrated into the new UI and include a host of fresh features that could compete against Samsung’s S-Beam, S-Voice and the like. Though the post ask us to take in the rumour with “a grain of…………… continues on NDTV

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Motorola X Phone with Android 5.0 rumoured
News from Digital Spy UK:

Motorola’s rumoured X Phone will feature a 5-inch display and serve as the launch vehicle for Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, according to a report.

An alleged inside source on the DroidForums website claims that the device will be the first of a new Android sub-brand and debut at the Google I/O event in May.

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“Supposedly, Motorola has been working hard to create a UI that both compliments & enhances the Android experience, and is intended to be Nexus-like,” the source wrote.

Google completed a full acquisition of Motorola last year, but was quick to point out that the phone-maker would not be given preferential treatment over its other Android partners.

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