While everyone is awaiting the much expected launch of the next edition of the Google’s Android mobile operating platform, the fifth omission in the series i.e. Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, all of us have our eyes pointed towards the next nexus device that’ll see it’s launch as the platform flagship just the way the nexus 4 was for Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and the Galaxy Nexus was for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. All of us are aware of Motorola being undertaken by none other than Google itself and we also have seen quite a few sightings and rumors surrounding the Motorola X Phone that is expected to join the lives of the devices under the Nexus Fame. All said and done, we are up here with an Antutu Benchmark Screenshot that has got enough of information regarding the device as well as the Google X moniker that it’ll go official with.
Apart from the flashy Google X label flashing upfront, the only thing that cannot go unnoticed is the total Antutu score that the device managed to fetch out. Being clocked at a healthy 1.5 GHz of clockspeed per core, the overall performance of the phone seems to be more of a disappointment than being a surprise as the Nexus 4 clearly dominated over any other phone at the time of it’s launch. All of this aims at the use of the same or a snapdragon 400 chispet which is more unlikely to cause issues for a device belonging to a family that is backed up by none other than Google itself! Apart from the Nexus 4, the Nexus devices have never been benchmark terminators but rather they have been focused more on delivering the best and the latest of Vanilla Android experience to the user.
With a pinch of sorrow, that’s all the sugar on the treat we have for now as we are getting closer to witness the latest of the world’s most versatile mobile computing platform to shatter out from the covers this summer at the Google I/O 2013.