Obviously, one of the smartphone we are keenly looking forward from the Motorola’s family, is the Moto X4. The upcoming handset has been flying around in the rumour mill lately, and here’s a significant one among them, that came amidst the US Independence Day celebration. Yes, on July 4th, Evan Blass has taken the glory to share the first pretty look of the Moto X4 via his Twitter.
Going by the leaked image suggests that the looks are certainly a departure, from the other Moto X series phones and seems to be covered by Glass from head to toe. This design respect actually stands in contrast with the past rumours, as they said that it would sport an aluminium body.
Another aspect that stands out is the dual rear camera setup that comes along with a dual tone LED flash. Interestingly, the dual camera looks a lot like a burglary face, wearing a mask. Further, we could even find the Motorola’s signature dimple below the rear camera, which we’ve been missing for a while in the meantime.
Up front, the phone is pretty cool with a front-facing camera, coupled with a single LED flash, at the top left corner. Further, the display is more edge-to-edge, almost ditching the bezels. There is no rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, yet the Moto X4 comes with a home button on the front.
The bottom of the phone is missing out. But if you take a glimpse closely, you should probably see a USB port in the centre and an audio jack on the right. Overall, with all those design aspects the new Moto X4 is hoped to soon see the light of the day.