We were just sent a render of an yet unannounced Motorola Android smartphone. What you see pictured below is supposedly the Motorola X Phone, which might break cover at Google I/O starting on May 15.
Along with the render came a short description of the specs, as reported by a person close to the team behind the X Phone. Since we got no proof of that information or the acual source of the tip, you'd do well to take this with more than a pinch of salt.
Anyway, the Motorola X Phone will allegedly use a Snapdragon 800 chipset and a 4.7" 1280 x 768 resolution display. The battery inside is supposedly a 4000 mAh unit, which goes in line with Motorola's recent policies.
The Android version is 4.2 Jelly Bean with a very few customizations job by Motorola. In the image (assuming that it pictures the real thing) you'll notice that the icons are stock Android.
According to the tipster the X Phone could be IP57 certified (meaning water resistant up to a meter of water for as long as 30 minutes) and have Gorilla Glass 3 screen protection. There's not going to be a microSD card slot on board.