The Motorola Moto G4 appears to have a very unconventional, square fingerprint authentication button on the front.
Latest leaked images of Motorola’s 2016 lineup of G-series devices suggest a rather unorthodox fingerprint sensor. Leaked on Chinese sites, the Moto G4 appears to have a tilted square on the front, in place of the home button, that reportedly acts as a fingerprint sensor. While the Moto G4 Plus’ fingerprint integration was not explicitly stated, the leaked image pertaining to it suggest it to get an LG G5-esque camera module, integrating the lens with the LED flash in one vertical module.
The leaked images are relevant to a similar render sketch that Evan Blass had posted on Twitter, while Roland Quandt of WinFuture tweeted out the rough specifications of the two devices. According to the tweet, the Moto G4 and G4 Plus will vary in terms of the cameras housed in each. Both the devices have been touted to house 5.5-inch displays, along with 16GB of storage. While the Moto G4 Plus has been said to house a 16-megapixel camera, the standard G4 may house a 13-megapixel one. Tweets suggest a “nice looking evolution in Moto’s design language”, with the new devices possibly housing curved glass on top and minimal bezels. Indicative prices suggest that the devices may be priced around €240-280, or about Rs. 18,000-Rs. 21,000 approximately, and Motorola may launch the device in May 2016.
Moto G Plus: 5.5in, 16 MP cam, 16 GB. 280 Euro. Moto G 4th Gen: 5.5in, 13 MP cam, 16 GB. 240 Euro. both black or white. available May. boom.— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) April 16, 2016
The Moto X3 has also been leaked recently, and is expected to house a 5-inch display. The Moto X3 is expected to be Motorola’s flagship offering for 2016, and although we have not heard about it extensively, a May launch for the device cannot be ruled out altogether.
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