Moto X4 images leak once again, launch likely on August 24

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 22 Aug 2017
  • The Moto X4 will be the third smartphone from Lenovo-owned Motorola to feature a dual camera setup. The handset is expected to debut on August 24 in Brazil.

Moto X4 images leak once again, launch likely on August 24

Moto X4, the upcoming dual camera smartphone from the Lenovo-owned company has leaked once again in the form of real life images. After several leaks and rumours, this latest images give us our best look yet at the handset. The handset is likely to be announced on August 24 in Brazil.

The leaked images posted on Google+ suggest the device will sport a combination of metal and glass design with dual camera setup is expected to be the USP of this device. With Moto X4, Motorola is resurrecting the Moto X series after the product discontinued for a brief period in 2015. In terms of specifications, the handset is expected to feature a 5.2-inch full HD display and will use Qualcomm's mid-tier Snapdragon 630 mobile platform.

The Moto X4 is expected to launch with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage in Europe, North America and Latin America while Asia Pacific region will get the variant with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The rear camera setup will feature a combination of 12MP main shooter with dual pixel autofocus and f/2.0 aperture paired with secondary 8MP sensor for ultra-wide angle pictures. The setup is said to be similar to LG's G series in terms of application and support 120-degree wide field of view. 

The smartphone is likely to feature a 16MP selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture and support for 4K video recording. Moto X4 will measure 7.99 mm at its thickest point and weigh around 163 grams. The handset will be backed by a 3000mah battery along with support for Turbo Charging technology. The Moto X4 is said to offer IP68 water and dust resistance and will be available in blue and black colour options.

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