Motorola’s next midrange X4 device has been leaked all around on the internet. Today, we get to see the device yet again on some real images showing off the front and the back of the new unreleased handset.
Here’s everything know about the new mid-ranger:
The display is a 5.2″ FHD screen that should be more than enough to play games and consume content. The fingerprint sensor will be located underneath the display and fortunately it will be a more aesthetic one – rounded shape.
The bezels on the left and right side on the front should stay minimal, while the bottom and top bezels will be the traditional large ones.
The specs include a Snapdragon 630 chipset paired with 3GB RAM/32GB storage (Europe, North-Latin America) or 4GB RAM/64GB storage (Asia).
The rear camera will have space for a dual-camera setup. The main shooter is a 16MP f/2.0 aperture and 1.0µm pixel size. It will support recording 4K content at 30fps and 1080p content in 60fps. The other camera on the back will be an 8MP ultra-wide sensor with f/2.2 aperture and 1.12µm pixel size. The wide-angle sensor should be capable of shooting a 120 degree view. The back will also have a dual-LED flash setup and you’ll be able to add bokeh (blur) to your photos too.
A fairly large 3000 mAh battery should keep you alive for a day or so with average to moderate use. Heavy power users should also be happy to see that the phone can be charged with a TurboCharger. This should allow you to top up the device very quickly when it would be much needed.
The device will apparently be IP68 certified, meaning that it will be water and dust resistant.
There will apparently be 2 colour options available: Super Black and Sterling Blue.
The device is expected to go official in Brazil on 24 August.