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Motorola plans August 24th event; Moto X4 up next?

Moto X4 press render, full specs list leaked Moto X4 leaks again with a glass body and mid-range specifications
Eloisa Felix | Agosto 13, 2017, 06:33

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. 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. Europe, North America and Latin America are expected to get the 3GB RAM/32GB internal storage variant while the Asia Pacific markets will get the 4GB RAM/64GB internal storage variant. The much-awaited Moto X4 will be the first device in the midrange line since 2015. Both variants should have the Adreno 508 graphics processor in tow.

Moto X4 will feature metal and 3D glass smart dual rear cameras (12MP + 8MP) with dual LED flash placed above the two lenses. At the front, we can see the display with thin bezels on the sides and below the display, we have the physical home button which doubles up as a fingerprint scanner. There's a dual-LED flash on the back too, and you'll be able to add depth of field effects to your photos of course. This and the Adaptive Low Light mode should allow users to capture great selfies even in low-light conditions. There will be a 16-megapixel front-facing camera that can shoot 4K video and a dual rear-facing camera including a 12-megapixel sensor with dual autofocus and an 8-megapixel, ultra-wide sensor.

A 3,000 mAh nonremovable battery will keep the lights on in the Moto X4.

The Moto X4 will apparently come in two colors: Super Black or Sterling Blue.

The subtle 'X' shape formed by the light at the center of the Moto X4's dual cameras is a nice touch, as are the notches to give it more of a DSLR-like vibe. Now Motorola may make that list even longer if it brings back the Moto X series, which hasn't seen a release since the Moto X Force in 2015.