So there has been a rumor going around the smartphone world, about Google’s alleged cooperation with Motorola on the already well-known Google X phone. Recent rumors state that Google has abandoned the project, because Motorola could not meet Google’s innovation requirements.This rumor/leak comes from the Technologic Analyst Sun Chang Xu, who posted the on her Weibo (China’s equivalent to Facebook) that the project would not be cancelled, but Google will pull out and leave it to Motorola.
Google I/O is scheduled to take place in San Francisco from May 15th to May 17th, and the event is just around the corner. In the past, the company has announced many flagship projects and devices at the event, such as Google Music, Nexus 7 tablet and Google Now. Earlier speculations have suggested that, among other things, Google would announce the nexus 5 and the Motorola X Phone at the event, but the latest information suggests this may don’t come.
Based on a recent news form Sidhtech, Google will not release the Nexus 5 and Motorola X Phone at this year’s I/O event. The company will instead reportedly announce a new Nexus 4 smartphone with both CDMA and LTE radios that will be compatible with Sprint and Verizon’s networks, among other announcements. Compared to the 8GB and 16GB models currently available, the upcoming smartphone is equipped with 32GB of internal storage.
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