Moto X4 hands-on images hit the web days before its launch

Moto X4 leaks once again.


Lenovo is all set to unveil a mid-range smartphone - the Moto X4 on August 24. With a few days left for the launch of this smartphone, a couple of hands-on images of the device have started circulating all over the web.

Moto X4 hands-on images hit the web days before its launch


A recent Droidholic report has leaked the live images those were posted by the Google Plus user Jerry Yin. These images show both the front and rear of the smartphone. Unlike the leaked images those we have seen earlier, one of them shows the Moto X4 turned on. The other image that shows the rear design sheds light on the dual camera setup of the smartphone along with the flash unit enclosed in a circular camera ring.

When it comes to specifications, the Moto X4 is believed to get the power from a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 SoC paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage space. There are claims that the Asia Pacific markets will get a bumped up version with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage capacity.

The major highlight of the Moto X4 is its dual rear camera setup that is believed to comprise of a 12MP RGB sensor and an 8MP secondary sensor with a wide-angle lens. The smartphone is said to bestow a 16MP selfie camera at the front.

At the front, the Moto X4 is believed to feature a fingerprint sensor that might be embedded into the physical home button. The device is also said to feature dual SIM support in select markets. The rumors further state that it will run on Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box and get the required power from a 3000mAh battery operating under its hood.

Besides the specifications, the previously leaked information also reveals that the Moto X4 might be priced around $400 (approx. Rs. 25,000). However, there is no clear idea on when the smartphone will be released and which markets will get it first.

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