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Moto X4 Leaked in Live Images: 5.2 inch Display, Thin Bezels

Motorola has been coming out with a large number of smartphones this year. The latest phone from the company is expected to be the Moto X4. This fourth generation Moto X smartphone has been spotted in various leaks and listings. However today’s leak gives us a more detailed idea about the phone as live images of the Moto X4 have now leaked. Let us take a closer look at the design of the phone.

 

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The first thing that stands out about the phone is that it is quite thick when compared to other similar devices. However, the phone does feature the 3.5mm jack, so we guess we can let that one pass. The Moto X4 will come out into the markets with a 5.2 inched display, with a 1080p resolution on an AMOLED display. The bezels on the top and bottom are thin while the left and right bezels are even thinner. A USB Type-C Port is also visible.

We see a fingerprint sensor towards the bottom. the phone features the classic Motorola M logo on the back. These images confirm that the Moto X4 too, will be coming out into the markets with dual cameras on the back. The cameras are expected to feature 13MP + 13MP lenses. The front camera is expected to be of 5MP. The front camera of the Moto X4 also features flash.

The Moto X4 will come out into the markets with a dual-SIM hybrid support. The phone is expected to run on the Snapdragon 660 processor along with a 4GB RAM and 32/64GB storage variants. The Moto X4 is expected to run on a 3800mAh battery, and will feature the Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS which is to get a guaranteed update to Android O. In Brazil, the phone is expected to launch on the 24th of August. As of now there’s no confirmation of when the global launch event will take place. Stay tuned with us for more updates on the Moto X4

Article written by Ishita Kothari

Gadget Girl Ishita has been using Android smartphones ever since they launched in India! She is a prolific writer, and is a big-time geek! She loves writing poetry, while she also writes code, as she holds a degree in technology. Contact her at ishita@newsient.com