Thursday, April 25, 2013

Google X reveales itself in AnTuTu benchmarks

Google's Android mobile operating system is the most used one in the smartphone industry today and Google has been looking to cash-in on this popularity directly with its Nexus line of smartphones which feature a pure-bred Android ecosystem. But with the help of its Motorola acquisition, Google has now direct access and control over the hardware of its smartphones giving them a better chance of success at this game. And to harness these sources effectively, this time, it is coming up with an interesting smartphone, Google X.

Back in December 2012, the rumors of this project started coming up but now its getting intriguing as a new phone just cropped up in the AnTuTu score cards list, Google X. According to the screenshot, the smartphone will come with a 1.5 GHz process and Android 5.0.1 Key Lime Pie.

While the score of 15479 may be far from ground breaking (Galaxy S4 scores 24716 in its Exynos variant), this is hardly a surprise as we all know Google phones are not known for their performance but their amazing prices and pure-bred Android experience. Also, this score card gives us some hope that maybe Google is not far from announcing next Android iteration. But as usual, this leak too is to be taken with some amount of salt as the screenshots can be faked as well. We will know more when Google X is ready for prime-time.


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