Motorola is reportedly working on its Motorola Moto X (Gen 4) smartphone, leaked image of which has surfaced over the internet. The image leaked by a website called CNBeta gives clear idea about how company’s fourth generation Moto X would be like in terms of aesthetics.
The image shows the rear of the phone flaunting all metal body. Towards the top on the rear panel, there is a large circular primary camera. While the size of the rear camera hints at it being the highlight of the phone, the image fails to mention the camera pixels. The rear camera is accompanied by dual LED flash.
Motorola logo is placed below the rear camera and speakers are located towards the bottom of the rear panel. Three physical buttons on the right edge of the phone can also be seen. These three buttons are likely to be power button and volume rockers.
The publication notes that the image could be of the prototype of the upcoming Moto X (Gen 4) and the final product may look different from the one shown in the image. The website fails to mention anything about specifications and features of the upcoming fourth generation Moto X except that it could feature Qualcomm’s most anticipated Snapdragon 820 chipset. The device is also expected to feature fingerprint sensor. We expect more details to surface in the coming days.
Price & Availability
It is not known, when the company plans to launch the Motorola Moto X (Gen 4). Pricing and availability details are likely to be announced at the time of launch.
Needless to say, this information should be taken with a pinch of salt since Motorola has not revealed any details mentioned above officially yet.
Stay tuned with us for more developments on this story!