AT&T variant, which showed up in some benchmarks. The benchmarks data labeled the GPU of the device as the Adreno 320 and the board as the "MSM8960", which matches the Snapdragon S4 Pro. This time around, it is the CDMA variant of the device (remember the X Phone is expected to be released on all major carriers in the US), and the leak comes from an .ini file pulled from a Motorola driver pack. It's unclear if this is the Verizon or Sprint model of the X Phone, but it does label the processor as the "MSM8960CDMA", which again matches the Snapdragon S4 Pro.The last time we saw the X Phone, it was the
We understand that you may want the Motorola X Phone to be the next spec-busting superphone, but all signs are saying that will not be the case. It seems like time to face the facts. This is not the Google phone you're looking for. This is the last of the Motorola pipeline, and it's best to just set your sights down the road.
source: Droid Life