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Moto X4 Press Renders leak with full set of specifications

Moto X4 Press Renders leak with full set of specifications

Motorola phone headed to theNorth America, Latin America, and Europe, the Moto X4 will have 3GB RAM and 32GB, whereas Asia Pacific and other regions, it will come equipped with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.

The recent press renders of the Moto X4 smartphone found by Android Authority and made headlines on various popular tech blogs. Moto X4 will bring plenty of additional features as the technology world has becoming more competitive and for this reason, one has to come with extraordinary features to explore the world well within the hands.

Maybe Motorola is looking to announce the Moto Gs series in Brazil, or it maybe the Moto Z2 Force.

The subtle 'X' shape formed by the light at the center of the Moto X4's dual cameras is a nice touch, as are the notches to give it more of a DSLR-like vibe. Since latest smartphones are coming up with a bunch of extraordinary features, this upcoming Moto X4 will also offer the same set of specifications to explore the web world well.

The next Moto phone may be a throwback to 2015. According to an image posted by Blass on Twitter, the camera in Moto X4 will come integrated with artificial intelligence (AI). The X4 will be IP68 certified for water and dust resistance.

Beneath the display, we've got the fingerprint sensor while above the display, as rumoured, is the 16MP camera with f/2.0 aperture and 1.0µm pixel size, which Motorola says is designed for ultra low-light selfies and will come with an Adaptive Low Light mode.

A 3,000 mAh battery will keep things chugging along, which will support the TurboCharge feature that should see the handset get hours of power from mere minutes of charge. Earlier we saw seemingly sketchy images of the handset leak but thanks to an exclusive source, we can now confirm all the details around Motorola's upcoming mid-range flagship. The smartphone is expected to feature a 5.2-inch FHD display with thin bezels on the sides. We'd like to interact with you.