The Moto X4 reportedly broke cover less than 24 hours ago with a leaked spec sheet promising an upper mid-range handset with a dual camera and the latest version of Android.
Now the same source has perhaps given us our first look at the returning X-Series.
Evan ‘@evleaks’ Blass tweeted an image of the purported Moto X4, showcasing the two cameras, along with a sleek, glass-backed design and a fingerprint sensor baked into the home button.
The device (previously dubbed the Moto X 2017) looks to have a thin metal frame and an display that runs edge-to-edge horizontally.
It’s an interesting decision, seeing as the company is looking to build interest in the growing range of modular accessories.
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According to yesterday’s report, the Moto X4 will arrive towards the end of the year with an octa-core Snapdragon 620 processor running at 2.2GHz and coupled with 4GB of RAM.
The 5.2-inch full HD screen will show off Android 7.1 Nougat, while there’ll also be a 3,000mAh battery, IP68 water resistance and 64GB of internal storage, plus microSD.
The rear cameras will be 8-megapixels and 12-megapixels respectively, according to Blass, while the front-facing selfie cam will be a whopping 16-megapixels.
If and when it arrives, the Moto X4 will be the successor to 2015’s excellent Moto X Style, which was billed as a premium offering, and packed a QHD display alongside a Snapdragon 808 processor.
Will this be a triumphant Moto X rebirth after some time away from the smartphone scene? Lend us your thoughts in the comments below.