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We’ll probably have to wait until the end of August to get the Moto X, but Google chairman Eric Schmidt has gotten his hands on one early. He was photographed using a white model at the annual Allen & Co. business conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, yesterday.


The Moto X is one of the worst-kept smartphone secrets of 2013. It hasn’t been announced yet, but we already know exactly what it’s going to look like. Having seen lots of pictures of its front in recent weeks, the latest leaked photograph shows off its back.


With the HTC One now shipping from hundreds of carriers across a whole host of markets, we’ve been wondering why it’s taking Verizon so long to throw its own hat into the ring. According to a leaked roadmap detailing the carrier’s plans for the next two months, we’ll have to wait until August for it to arrive — which is the same month Verizon plans to launch the much-anticipated Moto X.


Motorola Mobility has a much-improved company logo — much better than the old one — which makes it clear that it is now “a Google company.” Since the search giant acquired Motorola back in August 2011, there hasn’t been many visible changes to its branding or its products. So a new logo is a huge step in the right direction.


Rumors surrounding an upcoming smartphone from Motorola — believed to be called the Motorola X or the Google X — have been circulating for a number of months now, however, we’re yet to see any real evidence that the device exists. But new AnTuTu benchmarks for a “Google X” running Android 5.0.1 Key Lime Pie suggests the device may soon be on its way.

That’s if it’s real, of course.

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