Google XPhone Concept Design Created by Jason Chen (Video)

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People are really excited about Motorola’s upcoming Google XPhone, so they started to imagine how it would look like. Among them there’s the designer Jason Chen who not only created a concept video of the device, but also a bunch of renders for the Google XPhone.


We’re dealing with the upcoming superphone from Google and Motorola, a sort of Nexus device without the Nexus branding, from what we’ve heard. The handset comes with a 7.6 mm thick chassis, still thicker than the Motorola Droid RAZR and it weighs 125 grams. It features a 4.5 inch Super AMOLED display with a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution and a quad core 1.5 GHz Krait CPU, plus a 13 megapixel PureView camera with Full HD video.

The specs of this model are pretty unrealistic if you ask me, since Nokia would never lend Moto their camera tech and also the device is kind of the same with the Nexus 4, as far as specs go. Many people disliked the back area of the Nexus 4, so at least that’s changed, being replaced by something that looks like metal. What do you think?

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[Thanks Jason Chen]

  • Chris

    Cool graphic… But that’s about all that it is. First, Moto and Nexus devices have always featured a black color exterior. On top of that, it’s set to have semi rounded (more square then anything) with kevlar back coating.

    Anyway, good luck on your next one -__-

  • truthy

    There are some clear differences, but this looks somewhat similar to my Nokia Lumia 822… Speaker design and micro USB placement is almost exactly the same, as well as the rounded corners and bezel size and thickness.

  • Doug

    I for one really like it. I’d prefer an LCD screen and on-screen keys but I would buy this. I do agree that this isn’t really Moto’s style but I like it nonetheless.

  • Jason Chen

    The image is too small, bigger image can be view from