Published a press render of the smartphone Moto X4

Published a press render of the smartphone Moto X4

The smartphone is, in fact, stands out only for its dual camera, and more - all other parameters are similar to the devices for $200. Unfortunately, the invite doesn't specifically mention which model or models will be introduced on that date.

These fresh glamour shots, though obviously virtually simulated to hide as many of the actual handset's flaws as possible, do a great job showing off the shiny glass back in both "Super Black" and "Sterling Blue".

Some time back images depicting the final design of Moto X4 were leaked, but we weren't sure about it. But today, Brazilian certification agency which is equivalent to the US FCC has come up with a few images.

The curves seem a little less pronounced than a month or so ago, and the dual-LED flash is positioned differently in relation to the phone's dual rear-facing camera setup. Since latest smartphones are coming up with a bunch of extraordinary features, this upcoming Moto X4 will also offer the same set of specifications to explore the web world well. The Moto X4 would sport a dual rear camera which is a trend now.

The next Moto phone may be a throwback to 2015. It's unknown whether all of these features will come to the Moto X4 but it's likely several of these will. The Moto X4 will also be IP68 dust and water resistant, offering additional protection for those with butter fingers. One possibility is the Moto X4. The Secondary camera also allows you to record full HD videos. By the way, we're allegedly dealing with 12 and 8MP "main" shooters here, capable of various wide-angle tricks, a 120-degree field of view and depth of field effects, plus a 16-megapixel (!) selfie cam enriched with f/2.0 aperture.

The smartphone has 3000 mAH battery which is quite powerful as well as turbocharge feature. According to an image posted by Blass on Twitter, the camera in Moto X4 will come integrated with artificial intelligence (AI). Moto X4 will run Android 7.1.1 Nougat. We'd like to interact with you.