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Moto X4 press renders leaked after the FCC listing

13 Agosto 2017

Motorola has been releasing a bunch of phones this year but the device many have arguably been waiting for, is a new addition to the Moto X range.

Meet the oft-rumored, as-yet unreleased Moto X4, depicted by Brazil's telecom regulatory agency in some unflattering real-life snapshots and now rendered for the press once again. Europe, North America and Latin America are expected to get the 3GB RAM/32GB internal storage variant while the Asia Pacific markets will get the 4GB RAM/64GB internal storage variant. Front camera resolution is 16 Megapixels, and the main consists of modules 8 and 12 MP.

Unfortunately, Snapdragon 660 and 3800mAh battery speculation may have been a tad optimistic, with an SD630 processor and 3000mAh cell under the hood after all, according to Android Authority's "exclusive" sources. One possibility is the Moto X4. That said, nothing is known for now from the company, and Motorola will tease it in upcoming days ahead of the launch, which will give a clear idea about what they are going to launch in the country.We will let you know once we get new information regarding this upcoming event, Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter page to get the first News.

On the back, the Moto X4 has a contoured design on its glass back and based on the renders, it should shimmer rather nicely when held in the light.

The Moto X4 screen is IPS-matrix with a diagonal of 5.5 inches and Full HD resolution, and it is closed by glass Gorilla glass. It will come with Turbo Charging support so that users can juice up the device within an hour. The camera comes with dual-LED flash, Phase Detection Autofocus and the ability to add depth of field effects, like most other dual camera devices (including the Moto Z2 Force below).

Thanks to IP68 certification, the Moto X4 also offers basic dust and water resistant capabilities.

Moto X4 press renders leaked after the FCC listing