Android Authority has leaked what they claim is a render of Lenovo’s upcoming Moto X4 smartphone. The news site also reveals a detailed list of specifications that will reportedly be assigned to the handset when it gets unveiled in the near future.
As you can see, the X4 will be built mainly out of glass with a metal frame surrounding the border. A 5.2-inch 1080p display sits at the front, with a fingerprint sensor laying directly below and a 16MP low-light selfie camera sitting above. On the back, there’s a dual camera array mounted to the top that consists of a 12MP main sensor and 8MP wide-angle shooter that can take 120-degree photos. This implementation of dual rear cameras is similar to what LG is doing with the V20 and G6 in which there’s one main lens and one wide-angle sensor to capture even more into a standard photograph. There’s also a dual-tone LED flash for brightening up your shot.
As for specs, we’re looking at a Sanpdragon 630 processor paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The X4 will reportedly ship with 4GB of RAM and double the storage in the Asia Pacific region. There will also be an Adreno 508 GPU for gameplay and other heavy tasks. Additionally, a non-removable 3,000mAh battery will ship with Moto’s TuboCharging technology and Android Nougat with Moto’s various add-ons like Moto Display and Moto Voice.
It’s worth noting this will be one of the only Moto phones to ship with an IP68 rating, so you won’t have to worry if you drop your phone in a pool or knock it into some sand as it’ll survive common elements like dirt and water. For reference, the flagship Moto Z2 lineup lacks such support and so does the G5 range.
Previous rumors suggest the X4 will cost around $400, while exact availability isn’t yet known. Of course, when this phone gets unveiled we’ll have much more information to share.