The last "X" phone by Motorola was in 2015, but the much-talked-about Moto X4 might change that. According to the report, Europe, North America, and Latin America will be getting 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, while the Asia Pacific region will apparently get 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The front camera is also capable of recording 4K (2560 x1440) videos @30fps (frames per second) or full-HD content @60fps.
Lenovo is definitely looking to conclude a protracted series of 2017 Moto-branded smartphone releases in style, even though technically the company's latest flagship model is already out. On the back, the phone features a contoured glass back which gives it quite a premium look and feel. The 5.2-inch 1080p screen is a nicely compact size with a more than respectable resolution, the stock Android UI is always something that's great to see, and the dual-camera system - although nothing entirely new - will reportedly offer similar wide-angle functionality that's seen with the LG G6.
The Moto X4's most notable trait, however, is that it's a mid-range phone with a dual camera setup. All versions should get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor and Adreno 508 GPU. It will be having dual-LED flash, Phase Detection Autofocus and the ability to add depth of field effects. On the Camera side, it will feature a 16-megapixel front shooter which is designed for ultra low-light selfies and will come with an Adaptive Low Light mode. As of now details on the pricing and availability of the phone are yet to come out.
Powering all this hardware is a 3000mAh non-removable battery unit which supports Motorola's TurboPower charging feature over the USB Type-C connector. But now, photos showing a real-life Moto X4 have leaked, hinting at the phone's key features.
You can check out the above render for what is claimed to be the phone's final design, and you'll reportedly be able to pick up the device in either Super Black or Sterling Blue.