Motorola MOTO X4 presentation leak
The original MOTO X4 leak in the marketing presentation

Generally, we take whatever information is leaked by famous tipsters as the final word on the topic instead of rigorously vetting them for details. This is mostly borne of their past reliability and honesty. And that is exactly what Evan Blass upheld today when he admitted that the MOTO X4 renders he had released on July the 4th were most likely false. He further stated that the final form of the smartphone is much more in line with its original leaks from a marketing presentation.

Stating that the “hardest part of this is admitting you had bad information – or an early render.”. This he follows up by stating that the final design of upcoming MOTO X4 handset is likely the one which is taken from a leaked video presentation (below).

In the image /video, we can make out that the MOTO X4 does keep the basic tenets of the current Motorola design philosophy with a couple changes. The smartphone as has been stated earlier will feature glass sandwiching the metal chassis and a dual camera at the back. Unlike the contemporary arrangement in which the LED comes at the bottom, the MOTO X4’s LED is placed above the twin sensors.

 

Apart from this, no new information has been released about the much-anticipated return of X-range of MOTO handsets, considering that should be expected a smartphone powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 630 mid-range SoC with 3GB /4GB of RAM coupled with 32GB /64GB of internal memory. Apart from this, the X4 should be sporting an IP68 certification for water and dust ingress resistance.

Read More: Motorola has revealed the MOTO G5S “Special Edition” handsets

 

The pricing of the device was revealed to be around €350 (~Rs 26,450) or the regional equivalent.

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Abhay Masand
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