Even though we don’t know exactly when it’s going to be launched, a first set of images with Lenovo’s upcoming handset, the Moto X4, just made the rounds online, alongside a report on the specs.
Some sources are pointing to the device making its debut somewhere in late 2017, just in time for Black Friday, but this should be taken with a pinch of salt. Also, the Moto X4 will be the first non-Google branded smartphone, able to use Google’s pay-as-you-go Fi MVNO service, says The Verge.
A metal mid-ranger. Ok, go on…
Design-wise, the handset will sport an aluminum frame, despite being a mid-range model, while under the hood we’re looking forward to seeing a Snapdragon 630 chip, with an octa-core configuration, clocked at 2.2 GHz.
The spec sheet of the Moto X4 is completed by 4GB of RAM, 64 gigs of internal storage, with the possibility of expanding this, using a microSD card, and a full HD display, of an unknown size. The battery will have a capacity of 3000mAh and, finally, the IP68 certification won’t be missing, allowing you to submerge the phone underwater, in a maximum depth of 1.5m, for up to 30 minutes. The fingerprint scanner isn’t missing either, being placed on the front panel.
Yet another dual camera setup
The camera department will be represented by two rear sensors on the back: an 8MP one and a 12MP one, following the latest trend. Also, the selfie unit will have the highest resolution: 16MP.
Currently, this is everything we know about this device, but we will be back on this topic, as soon as anything new comes up!