A fair amount of the Motorola related chatter has circled around the X-Phone. Well, that is aside from the handset that leaked last week. That particular device was the XT912A (pictured below) and judging from a look at the specs, it was clearly not the Motorola X-Phone. Putting that to the side though, it looks like some new device codenames have leaked for Motorola. And while these are fairly early details, at least one appears to have some promise.
The device names include Ghost, Yeti and Sasquatch. Given the Ghost is the one that has some intrigue, we will begin with this one. Keep in mind though, the Ghost does not necessarily have intrigue because it has super high-end specs, but because it looks like it could be a single handset headed to all four major US carriers.
A GLBenchmark filing for the Ghost is showing a handset with a quad-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro (MSM 8960) processor, a 720p display and Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean. It was also said that this device will likely launch with Android 4.2.2. Next up is the Yeti, which is looking like a handset destined for AT&T. The only details on the Yeti at the moment include a handset that will be running Android 4.2.
Otherwise, the final handset of the bunch is the Sasquatch. This one is similar to the Yeti in that the details are still rather light. So far the Sasquatch has been spotted in a 0xbenchmark filing and shown to be heading to AT&T with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. All said and done, we obviously still need plenty in terms of these three handsets, but they are at least in the open as far as items to keep an eye out for. That said, given the lack of specs and details, the Yeti and Sasquatch names do seem fitting.