Google Nexus X Briefly Listed By Retailer, Reportedly Sports Snapdragon 805 SoC!

Once rumored as Motorola Shamu for the Google‘s next anticipated successor to the Nexus 5, which has reportedly been spotted as the Motorola Nexus X XT1100 on a third-party retailer website in two storage variants.

Although, screenshots of the latest retailer listing were posted by Tktechnewsblog (now pulled), the website that had in the past leaked a snapshot of a Motorola Nexus X listing at US retailer Best Buy, with a model number “XT1100”.

google_nexus_x_motorola_fnac_tktechnewsNow, the latest listing comes from a French retailer Fnac, who revealed the pricing for two 32GB / 64GB variants of the unannounced Google Nexus X by Motorola.

Specifications goes like this: as per the listing, the Nexus X XT1100 32GB features a 5.2-inch display; quad-core 2.7GHz APQ8084 Snapdragon 805 SoC; 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, and runs on Android Lemon Meringue 5.0 (Android L or Android 5.0 Pie).

The 32GB Motorola XT1100 Nexus X was seen listed at a price of EUR 419.99 (approximately Rs. 33,400)

The 64GB Nexus X XT1100 shows a 6.3-inch display – effectively discrediting both listing pages. CPU and OS are similar to what we seen on the Best Buy listing earlier. But the 5.2-inch display on the 64GB Fnac listing is smaller than the 5.9-inch Quad-HD (1440×2560 pixels) display listed by US retailer.

The Motorola XT1100 Nexus X 64GB was seen listed at a price of EUR 449.99 (approximately Rs. 35,800).

When compared the both variants to the anticipated smartphone which was allegedly listed in bechmarks specs shows as ‘Google Shamu’, with a 5.2-inch Quad-HD (1440×2560 pixels) display, a quad-core 2.7GHz (precisely 2649MHz) Snapdragon 805 processor (APQ8084), Adreno 420 GPU, and 3GB of RAM. The primary rear camera was suggested to be a 13-megapixel camera, whereas it will also have a 2.1MP front-facing sensor onbaord. Listed to run Android L!

Google is also rumored to be planning for a secret launch around Halloween on October 31, just like it launched Nexus 5 last year. Similar to that, the Big G might launch the alleged Nexus X without an announcement?

Stay tuned!