Moto X4 Images Surface Online Ahead Of The Official Launch

Main Image
  • Like
  • Comment
  • Share

We now have some confirmation regarding what the upcoming Moto phone, Moto X4, will look like. The confirmation came from Motorola’s official distributor, who posted the images of the phone – prior to the official unveiling – on his social media account.

The post clearly showcased the phone’s name, and how it looks from the front and rear side. It looks like Moto won’t be divulging very far from the design it has been using on its forerunners.

Also Read: Micromax Canvas Infinity vs LG Q6 Specs Comparison: Bezel-less Existence

The phone will sport a multi functional home button on the front – below the screen, round edges, a hump on the back camera and a Motorola logo just below the back camera.

As rumored, the Moto X4 will come with a dual camera module (clearly visible in the leaked images of X4). The details on the sensor used on them still remain a mystery, but it is expected to feature a pair of 12-megapixel and 8-megapixel rear cameras with LED flash. Up front, we have a 16-megapixel front camera with an LED Flash.

Also Read: Nokia 6 VS LG Q6 VS Lenovo K8 Note Comparison

To rewind it for you, earlier rumors suggested that the new Moto X4 will feature a 5.2-inch full HD display, powered by Snapdragon 660 octa-core processor well-supported by 3GB/4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB of internal storage. The phone will come running on Android 7.1.1 Nougat, out of the box.

If things go as per plans for Moto then the Moto X4 may get launched on August 24 but only in Brazil. Since India is a very important market for Moto, you can expect Moto X4 to show up in India sooner rather than later.

Ashish KumarAshish Kumar
He is Journalism graduate, sports lover, and a passionate reader. Just like others his eyes is also filled with dreams and believes that one day those dreams will come true. Cheers!

Related Articles

Imagerealme GT 6T with Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 Launching on May 22

Realme’s GT series is making a comeback to India, and the Realme GT 6T is the beginning of this comeback. Now, the company has confirmed the device’s launch date, which is scheduled for May 22nd, 2024. The company has also revealed the back design of the Realme GT 6T, which confirms that the device is indeed a rebranded version …

ImageMotorola G32, Edge 30 Fusion & Edge 30 Lite launching soon: Read on to know more

Tech giant Motorola is gearing up to launch a host of new mid-range and budget smartphones very soon.  These upcoming devices include Moto G32, Edge 30 Fusion, Moto E12, and Edge 30 Lite. Leakster Steve Hemmerstoffer has now revealed more information about these soon-to-be launching smartphones. Let us have a look at them. Motorola Edge …

ImageMotorola Moto G51 officially announced in India; expected to launch on December 10

A couple of days back, Motorola had launched Moto G31 in India. Now, another smartphone is confirmed to debut in the country and this time, it will be Moto G51 5G. The upcoming G-series phone is expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 480+ chipset.Motorola took Twitter to announce the arrival of the Moto …

ImageGoogle Confirms Pixel 8a Ahead Of The Launch In A Rather Unusual Way

Google is famous for spoiling its smartphones months before the official launch. In recent years, the flagship smartphone lineup and the company’s smartwatch have been leaked ahead of launch, not just in renders or schematics but also in decent-quality photos or videos. For the Pixel 8a, the company’s upcoming smartphone, leaks started to surface online …

ImageConfusing Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 SoC Benchmark Scores Surface Online: Is An Underpowered Version In The Works?

Earlier this year, Qualcomm confirmed the launch of Snapdragon 8 Gen 4. The company’s CMO, Don McGuire, posted a video on X (formerly known as Twitter) announcing the processor’s launch at the Snapdragon Summit later this year. However, months before the official launch, known tipster Digital Chat Station shared the chipset’s alleged benchmark scores.Underpowered …


Be the first to leave a comment.