Close-up render purportedly shows Moto X4’s dual-camera setup

Motorola is working on a new Moto X phone for 2017, and we’ve already had a few details and spy shots leak.

Some of which have come via notable tipster Evan Blass, aka @evleaks, who gave us our first look at what he said was the final design for the phone in early July.

But it seems that wasn’t quite the finished article, as Blass has now posted a second image that seems to show a different dual-camera setup for the handset.

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The tipster posted the following image, which shows the LED flash element above the two lenses, as opposed to below – as it was on the first image he shared.

Motorola is expected to add one lens that captures colour, and another monochrome offering, similar to dual-camera setups from the likes of Huawei.

The original images posted by Blass appeared to show a sleek, glass-backed design and a fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button.

Those design elements remain seemingly on the money, though at this point Motorola is yet to confirm anything, so stay tuned.

Previous reports claim we can expect to see the Moto X4, as some are referring to it, arriving in the fourth quarter this year.

It’s expected to come with a Snapdragon 630 processor and 4GB of RAM, along with a 5.2-inch full HD display and Android 7.1 Nougat.

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