Real-Life Moto X4 Leaks, Shows Minimal Bezels, Sleek Form Factor, Headphone Jack, And More
The last "X" phone by Motorola was in 2015, but the much-talked-about Moto X4 might change that. The device has been leaked to hell — images, specs, and other things included. But now, photos showing a real-life Moto X4 have leaked, hinting at the phone's key features.
Leaks Show Glossy Black Moto X4
A Brazilian site called Tudocelular managed to obtain the said images. It shows a glossy black Moto X4 with a screen that seems to have minimal bezels. By the looks of it, the phone's size is somewhere around 6.3 inches in terms of height and 3.15 inches in terms of width — this effectively supports the phone's rumored 5.2-inch display.
Now, onto the photos showing the phone's back panel, which, as rumors have suggested, features a dual camera setup. How Motorola plans to utilize the cameras remains uncertain, but it could function similarly with the Moto Z2 Force, which has one camera taking colored pictures and the other taking monochromatic ones.
On the upper part of the front panel sits a selfie camera, and on the lower bezel is a home button that also probably functions as the fingerprint scanner. The device also has a USB Type-C port and a headphone jack to its right. On top is a SIM tray, and on the left side are the power and volume control buttons.
In terms of aesthetic, the phone looks like it has a glossy finish, and it still remains a question exactly what type of material Moto used. Previous reports suggested a metal and glass design, but this configuration makes the Moto X4 look more like a premium phone through and through. One interesting thing to think about is that if the back panel is made of glass, that could hint at wireless charging capabilities.
As expected, there are no Moto Mods pins on the back, so it's likely the Moto X4 won't be compatible with Motorola's line of modular Moto Mods accessories.
Moto X4 Rumored Specs
Rumors say the Moto X4 will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chip and have 4 GB of RAM, which is quite plenty for a phone that's not exactly billed in the premium category. It will have 64 GB of onboard storage and will support storage expansion via a microSD card slot.
As mentioned, the phone is rumored to sport a 5.2-inch 1080p AMOLED display, which, again, is a pretty sweet deal if true. The dual cameras on the back are rumored to be 13 megapixels, while the one on the front is 5 megapixels. It will apparently launch with Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box.
Pricing and unveiling date remain uncertain.
Check out the photos below.