Remember the original Moto X, which marked the comeback of Motorola in the smartphone market as a Google subsidiary. The last of the Moto X was seen in 2015 and then Lenovo-owned Motorola took a year’s off to focus on the Moto Z series which features the premium flagships of the by the company.
But now Motorola has decided to refresh the Moto X series with Lenovo Moto X4. It has been in the news for quite some time now, following the leaks by the famed tipster Evan Blass.
Lenovo Moto X4 will feature aluminum body, dual rear cameras, and IP68 water resistance https://t.co/c1s4iegoNG pic.twitter.com/p7yTKwCLmM
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 3, 2017
According to the report, the Lenovo Moto X4 will feature a 5.2-inch display and no capacitive buttons similar to previous Moto X devices. The device will come with the new rounded fingerprint sensor which sits right below the display.
The device will have an aluminum shell powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 630 chipset with all eight cores running at 2.2GHz, 4GB of RAM and a 3,000mAh battery.
Lenovo Moto X4 is expected to sport a dual camera at the back with an 8MP and a 12MP camera lens along with LED flash which sits compactly in a circular module. The front camera will be a 16MP shooter with LED flash.
It will come with the latest version of Android Nougat 7.1 out of the box. Other specs include a 64Gb internal storage, a dedicated memory card slot and IP68 standard water and dust resistance.
Lenovo's Moto X4 is coming to Google's Project Fi in Q4 https://t.co/z1jiqtA3c5 pic.twitter.com/u6hYaBSZFI
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) June 30, 2017
Finally, the Lenovo Moto X4 will be first non-Google-branded handset able to run on Google’s Project Fi mobile network. Lenovo has recently launched Moto Z2 Play and is expected to launch another device in its flagship series. Motorola has enjoyed good success in the budget smartphone market in India but struggled with its flagship devices. The recent budget launches like Moto C, C Plus, E4 will definitely help increase the market presence.
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