Moto X4 official press images surface along with final specs

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Last week, Motorola made headlines when it unveiled its highly anticipated Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus smartphones.

The Moto X4 is one among them which got leaked recently and it shows the phones in all angles.

Europe, North America and Latin America will get a Moto X4 with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, while Asia will get a slightly beefed up X4 with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage as standard. It will come clad under a layer of Corning's Gorilla Glass.

Motorola has acquired a large market share in the smartphone industry and has a couple of models lined up for launch in the near future. Despite the bezels, we're sure that there are plenty of people that prefer the front placement of the fingerprint reader on Moto X4 smartphone versus the rear placement that is necessitated by designs where the display takes up the full face of the smartphone. Previous reports suggested a metal and glass design, but this configuration makes the Moto X4 look more like a premium phone through and through. The Moto X4 will also be IP68 dust and water resistant, offering additional protection for those with butter fingers. The device is also listed with a 6GB RAM + 128GB storage combination which is exclusive to China and will be powered by a 2.35GHz processor, already known to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 flagship SoC.

Meet the oft-rumored, as-yet unreleased Moto X4, depicted by Brazil's telecom regulatory agency in some unflattering real-life snapshots and now rendered for the press once again. The dual camera feature is of course in place. The camera offers PDAF as well as face detection.

We've even seemingly been gifted with dimension for the Moto X4, which apparently comes in at 148.35 x 73.4 x 7.99mm and weighs 163 grams. Up front, for selfies, the X4 comes with a 16-megapixel sensor with a f/2.0 aperture and a 1.0µm pixel size, Motorola states that the camera is optimised for low-light images and will come with an Adaptive Low Light Mode.

Thankfully, though, these came alongside full spec details.

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