A lot of rumors have populated the web over the past couple of months, with each rumor indicating towards a possible new smartphone from Google under the Motorola X brand. One such rumor has surfaced over the internet yesterday, showing an image of Google X running on Android 5.0.1 benchmarked in AnTuTu Benchmarks.
AnTuTu Benchmarks is popular benchmarking software for smartphones. And this is not the first time the AnTuTu Benchmarks has shown a device that had been rumored from a long time. Galaxy S4 AnTuTu Benchmarks came out weeks before the first words came out about the possibility of a new Galaxy S4. Similarly, this time, it’s the Google X phone that is shown in the benchmark picture with the respective score and the processor speed.
Analyzing the Google X Benchmark
Google X has shown running the newest Android 5.0.1 named as Key Lime Pie. Google has maintained its consistency in following the alphabetical order in naming their next Android Versions with ‘K’ for Key Lime Pie.
The image also shows the benchmark score that is 15,479. Nothing can be said about the score since we do not have any news or info about the hardware specs of the Google X smartphone. But if you generally compare the score with the other benchmarks scores of different devices, then we can say that the score does not reflect as Google X being a high end device.
The last thing to notice is the processor speed that is clocked at 1512 MHz which roughly equals 1.5 GHz. And by that, we can say that we might have the very first info about the hardware aspect of the Google X. Clocked at 1.5 GHz, it could Snapdragon 600 or Snapdragon 800 or even Tegra 4 that is installed in the device.
We always advise you not to take these images seriously. But let’s face it: we all know that Google is up to something and this Google X (previously named as Motorola X) is not just a name, it represents the next smartphone from Google. Another thing adds weight to this is the new version of the Android OS, 5.0.1 Key Lime Pie. We know that Google is working on it from a long time and if we align these two things, then they perfectly set against each other with Google introducing the next Android version by bringing the Google X device.
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