Moto X4 leaks again hours before the official launch

Yordan, 31 August 2017

Lenovo is having an event tonight at IFA 2017 at 8 PM local time. The company is expected to unveil the Moto X4, but it won’t come as a surprise since photos and specs of the phone along with price popped up across the internet.

The Moto X4 is coming with 5.2” AMOLED screen. The resolution is Full HD, and the display is the space where the function keys are positioned. There is also a fingerprint scanner below.

The chipset that runs in the Moto X4 is the Snapdragon 630 with octa-core CPU, four of the cores clocked at 2.2 GHz. There is also Bluetooth 5.0 compliance, although it is up to Lenovo to allow it.

The memory combo comes in two versions - either 3 GB RAM + 32 GB storage or 4 GB RAM + 64 gigs of storage.

Moto X4 leaks completely hours before the official launch Press renders already appeared in early August

The back panel has a dual camera setup with a dual-tone LED flash. According to the leaks, the sensors are 12 MP + 8 MP with respectively f/2.0 + f/2.2 aperture. One of the cameras has a wide-angle lens. The front snapper also has a f/2.0 aperture placed in front of 16 MP sensor. The Moto X4 most likely will be IP68-approved and will have wireless charging due to its glass back.

You can charge up to 3,090 mAh of battery capacity, and TurboCharge is supported. If the rumor is true, the Android should be the latest Oreo 8.0

The phone is already listed on Amazon by Lenovo with a price tag of €399. More details are going to follow in several hours when the manufacturer officially announces the device at its event. We will be there, so stay tuned.

Source (in German)


Reader comments

  • Erne
  • 31 Aug 2017
  • Pbv

when most needed is least heeded bye bye moto

  • LLL
  • 31 Aug 2017
  • PA7

Waiting for an X4 Plus with: - 5.5" screen - 4000 mAh battery - SD660 - Dual front stereo speakers - Dual SIM with dedicated microSD slot - Capacitive buttons - At least 1/2.3" sensor (12 to 16 MP range) with OIS Heck, could name i...

  • AnonD-696469
  • 31 Aug 2017
  • krF

The moto X play is the sad joke. And one that Lenovo will likely be abandoning in the near future.

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