Eat a few Saltine crackers before chewing on this new rumor, but if it is a legitimate leak, oh what a tasty morsel it is... Supposedly a device called the Google X just showed up online in an AnTuTu benchmark running Android 5.0.1/Key Lime Pie. As you can see from the pic, the chip in this device is running at 1.5GHz. The score of 15,479 is not really impressive compared to the 25k-28k scores of the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4 (both variants), but it is also likely that this is prototype test hardware and not the final build.

Obviously if this is for real, the most exciting aspects of this leak are the facts represented. Namely, the X Phone does exist and is in development running Android 5.0.1 Key Like Pie. What is also interesting is that the device was called the Google X Phone, instead of Motorola X Phone. This may mean nothing, as internal names could differ from the final retail version, but it is still worth noting.

Of course, this could also be completely bogus. What do you guys think? Real or fake?

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Source: PhoneArena