Render shows Lenovo Moto X4 with metal body and dual camera

Smartphone insider Evan Blass has put a render of the Lenovo Moto X4 online. It shows that the device has a dual camera on the back. He previously published more details in an article. For example, the housing would be made of metal and be waterproof.

On his Twitter account @EVleaks Blass wishes his followers a ‘Happy X4th of July’ and that message contains an image of an unannounced Moto phone. It is most likely the Lenovo Moto X4, about which Evan Blass already reported extensively in an article on VentureBeat on Monday. According to his information, it is a 5.2″ device with a full-HD resolution. The soc is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630, which has eight cores at 2.2GHz. Furthermore, the Moto X4 is equipped with 4GB ram and 64GB flash storage. and there is a 3000mAh battery built in. The phone would run on Android 7.1.

The dual camera on the back is reported to consist of an 8-megapixel model and a 12-megapixel variant. It is unknown whether the cameras use lenses with different focal lengths. The front camera has a 16-megapixel resolution. The case is expected to be sealed against dust and moisture according to the ip68 standard. There is a fingerprint scanner on the front of the housing. It could also be used to imitate the functionality of the on-screen buttons with gestures.

According to Blass, the device will only be released in the fourth quarter of this year. It is not yet clear when the announcement will take place. With the Moto X4, the X-series returns after a year of absence. Last year, Lenovo only released high-end Moto Z devices and lower-positioned models such as the Moto G variants.