Motorola XT1055 Appears on AnTuTu Benchmark Results
The X-Phone is one of those hotly debated devices and the appearance of numerous benchmarks didn’t make things clearer for us to see. Recently, another Motorola handset, called the XT1055 has appeared in an AnTuTu benchmark result.
It should be noted that any user of rooted Android device can produce fake AnTuTu results simply by editing build.prop entries. Consequently, while it was exciting to see an image showing Google X running Key Lime Pie (Android 5.0.1), it is rather disappointing to hear that it is possibly a fake.
So far, it is not known what the XT1055 really is. The model number of Motorola Droid RAZR HD is XT926, so there’s still a possibility that the XT1055 is actually the X-Phone itself. The leak doesn’t tell us anything about the display size, but inside, there will be 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. Previously, Google’s Eric Schmidt promised that Motorola will be releasing something phenomenal, so we may still be hopeful.