Check out these images of Motorola's first quad camera smartphone
Earlier this week, we saw renders of Motorola's first triple camera smartphone which will allegedly be called the P40 Power or P40 Note. Today, we are looking at the company's first smartphone with quad rear cameras.
Popular leakster OnLeaks has shared CAD renders of this unknown Motorola smartphone which reveal its design.
This smartphone sports a 6.2-inch display with a fingerprint scanner embedded in it. Round the back, we have a quad camera setup which includes one 48MP unit. The smartphone measures 158.7 x 75 x 8.8mm, but it's unclear whether the thickness accounts for the camera bump or not.
Other things that can be ascertained from these renders are the power button and volume rocker on the right, headphone jack and USB-C port at the bottom as well as a SIM card slot and a speaker on the top. You can also see that there's a pinhole on the back of the phone at the bottom, which is likely a third microphone.
Name and other hardware details of this smartphone are currently unknown.
Indeed! And while Motorola phone specs are never anything to shout about, their handsets are reliable and stable. I had my G5+ for almost 2 years now and it has been brilliant. Looking forward to a new handset!
- 18 Apr 2019
It actually does have a headphone jack
- 05 Apr 2019
f this phone uses the latest SD SOC this might be my next phone if the Z4 force will not be available on our country.
- 05 Apr 2019