Moto X4 leaked image shows rear dual camera setup



It is an open secret that Lenovo owned Motorola is all set to unveil the fourth generation of the Moto X.  The Moto X4  has been subject to various leaks and rumours over the past few weeks and now Evan Blass has posted an image on Twitter which gives us a close-up look at the smartphone’s rear dual camera setup.

Motorola came back to the smartphone game a few years ago with the Moto X – a smartphone that was hailed by critics and consumers alike for its optimised software , speedy performance and in-hand feel. However, the X series has not received an update since the Moto X Style and Moto X Play in 2015 with Motorola deciding to concentrate on their new Z series of flagship smartphones.

The Moto X4 image leaked by Evan Blass shows the two sensors compromising the rear camera module arranged in a horizontal manner. Just above the two sensors is a dual-LED flash. Just like in the Z series of smartphones, the circular camera module seems to protrude from the main chassis of the handset.

 Evan Blass also recently leaked what he claims to be the final design of the Moto X4. The leaked image points towards the X4 having a glossy metal finish and rounded corners. The dual camera setup at the back is expected to consist of a primary 12MP and a secondary 8MP sensor. Going by the dual camera implementation on the recently launched Moto Z2 Force and Moto G5S, one of the sensors will most probably be a color sensor and the other a monochrome sensor. The rear camera(s) are also rumoured to come with artificial intelligence integration of some sort.

On the specifications front, the Moto X4 is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor paired with the Adreno 508 GPU and a 3,000mAh battery. In addition, the Moto X4 is rumoured to come with 64GB of internal storage expandable via a microSD card, a 5.2-inch display and Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. With these rumoured specifications, the X4 will slot in nicely between Motorola’s flagship Z series and mid-range G series of smartphones.

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