Rumors about the elusive (http://www.androidauthority.com/purported-google-x-phone-att-xfon-motorola-logo-202042/) Google X Phone are heating up and the latest image leaks back up previous rumors that suggest the device may be powered by AT&T.
Notably covered with a black bumper, which disguises most other identifying features, many have said the device closely resembles a proposed (http://www.androidauthority.com/unnamed-motorola-phone-leaks-not-google-x-phone-video-169560/) Google X Phone prototype that was leaked just before the (http://www.samsung.com/global/microsite/galaxys4/) Samsung Galaxy S4 unveiling in March.
The most damning evidence that this device could be the (https://www.google.com/) Google X Phone can be found on its back, where "XFON" is printed on the top right of an extremely blurry bar code.
Other recent rumors include the Google X Phone purportedly showing up on several Antutu benchmarks, running (http://www.ubergizmo.com/2013/05/motorola-xt1055-could-be-the-elusive-x-phone/) Android 4.2.2 as well as (http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/04/24/google-x-phone-with-android-5-0-surfaces/) Android 5.0 .
Despite most feeling certain that the Google X Phone will release sometime this year, there has been no confirmation of its existence from Motorola or Google.
Thus far other rumors suggest the Google X Phone may run on the (http://www.qualcomm.com/snapdragon/processors/800-600-400-200/specs) Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, which recently went into mass production, may also include a (http://androidandme.com/2013/04/news/rumor-x-phone-will-be-always-connected-to-chrome-features-creepy-intelligence-and-casing-choices-now-include-wood/) "creepy" always-on Voice Activation feature , which may also be highly customizable.