Leaks: AT&T version of unannounced Motorola Phone leaked

It seems as if the rumors just keep pouring in before Google’s I/O 2013 event as today @evleaks, the person responsible for so many Android devices leaks, posted a few photos of an unnamed Motorola device that was an AT&T variant on his twitter account. If true, this device would be the first Motorola device to hit AT&T since RAZR HD, which was released last summer.

nexusae0_BJSYkVUCcAArXT1-1_thumb1The device shown by @evleaks contains an AT&T operator notification and the American carrier’s signature 4G LTE logo next to the signal bar in the right most screenshot. However, if you look closely enough you will see that the Motorola logo placed at the top left corner of each phone is different in all three pictures. The difference is evident, just notice the circle around the signature “M” of the OEM in all three pictures if you still haven’t caught on. Now, this kind of does suggest that all of the above pictures are of three separate devices, all of whom bear a different Motorola logo.

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The back of the phone, as seen above, showcases what appears to be a faux-carbon fiber body but if you notice the lack of texture around the small hole at the top left side, it does suggest that this may just be a plastic covering put on to protect the backside of the phone. I believe that the small hole most probably is a screw hole so that the black box as seen in the pictures above can be attached with the phone.

Anyhow, the most exciting thing of them all comes to light if you look at the model no. of the phone written at the product ID of the phone. Apparently, it kind of says “XFON ATT”. Sure, it is a little bit blurry but I am almost certain that this is what the model no. of the phone says.

Now the question that comes to mind is that is this the fabled X Phone? Chances are that yes, this just MIGHT be the rumored X Phone. However, there is no way to be certain. So, the only thing we can do now is to wait and see if we are right or not.

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