Motorola has a knack of teasing smartphones ahead of their official launch, and they are doing the same this time as well.
Android Authority managed to get its hands on the specs sheet of the device, in which it was confirmed to come with a 5.2-inch full high-definition (HD) display with a Corning Gorilla Glass coating for protection.
Last week we got confirmation that some long ago leaked shots of the upcoming Moto X4 did in fact depict the phone's final design, and earlier today the Brazilian equivalent to the US FCC outed quite a number of live images of the prototype that went through its testing.
The smartphone could be powered by a Snapdragon 630 and will come with a dual rear camera. The unit refers to the average level, but is much more expensive than their Chinese counterparts, although he now also belongs to the Chinese devices in terms. A dual-camera setup is found in back featuring both a 12MP sensor and an 8MP wide angle sensor.
On the front is a 16 MP selfie snapper with f/2.0 aperture and 1.0µm pixel size. The first one will have 3 GB of random-access memory (RAM) and 32 GB of storage to be made available in Europe, North America and Latin America. 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.
Other extra features include a fingerprint scanner on the front and Motorola specifics such as the Moto Actions, Moto Display and Moto Voice.
So what does the Moto X4 bring to the (crowded) table? This camera is capable of shooting 4k video at 30 frames per second or Full HD video at 60 frames per second.
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