Published On: Tue, Jul 4th, 2017

Moto X4 Leaks in Images Showing Off Dual Camera Setup, Expected To Launch on Project Fi

Last week, we reported about Motorola’s mid-tier Moto X4’s approaching entrance on Google’s Project Fi. In a report, we also mentioned about a rumoured specifications of a device. However, new specs of a Moto X4 have flush today, that dissent a progressing ones. Also, Evan Blass has tweeted a design of a Moto X4 that gives us a satisfactory demeanour during a arriving device.

The VentureBeat has reported about a new specifications for a Moto X4. According to their latest news on Project Fi, a arriving device could come powered by a 2.2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 630 processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of inner storage expandable around microSD card. The device could reportedly underline a 3000mAh battery. These specs protest a prior news that claimed a device to come with 3800mAh battery and Snapdragon 660 processor.

screen-shot-2017-07-01-at-1-28-17-amRelated Motorola’s Moto X4 Could Be The Mystery Mid-tier Device Debuting On Google’s Project Fi

Meanwhile, a new news about a phone reveals a dual-camera setup with 12MP and 8MP lenses on a rear. The new news also tips a front camera on a device – a 16-megapixel front setup. Following a prior story, a Moto X4 could come with a 5.2-inch arrangement with 1920×1080 pixels.

Other specifications state IP68 dust/water insurgency and a fingerprint sensor in a home button. These specs are in line with a prior rumours. It also suggests a same launch date for a device and says that it could be expelled “in time for a holiday selling season.”

Last week, Project Fi’s central Twitter comment tweeted about a impending launch of a mid-tier device, descending in a cost operation between $300-$400.

As we reported in a prior report, Moto X4 is a initial non-Google-branded smartphone that would come with Fi MVNO support. The Project Fi is contingent on 3 network operators T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular for a mobile practical network user (MVNO) setup. By mixing a vigilance energy of 3 telcos, Google Fi achieves a limit vigilance ability and channels it to a customers. The pricing of Project Fi starts during $20 per line and $10 per gig of data. Interestingly, Project Fi credits a new information behind to a users’ account.

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