Last week we got confirmation that some long ago leaked shots of the upcoming Moto X4 did in fact depict the phone's final design, and earlier today the Brazilian equivalent to the US FCC outed quite a number of live images of the prototype that went through its testing.
Recently, a handful of images of the alleged Moto X4 made its way on to the internet, revealing the design of the device from nearly every angle. There's no official word from the company about the launch of the device, nor any exact availability date for the customers residing in the US. RAM and storage combinations are as follows: 3GB/32GB in Europe, North america, and Latin America; 4GB/64GB in the Asia Pacific region. The device reportedly measures 7.9mm in thickness and weighs just around 163 grams.
On the camera front, the Moto X4 is touted to equip a 16MP front-facing selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture that is apparently tailor-made for ultra low-light selfies and 4K video-recording at 30fps or full HD video capture at 60fps. On the back, the X4 will sport a dual-camera setup, as is the trend these days, featuring a 12MP f/2.0 RGB shooter with dual autofocus, paired with an 8MP f/2.2 wide-angle lens that will have a 120-degree field of view. The dual-camera will also let users take pictures with a simulated shallow depth of field ("bokeh") effect. Powered by a 3,000mAh battery, the Moto X4 is touted to support Motorola's patented TurboCharging feature and a bunch of native apps like Moto Display, Moto Voice and Moto Actions. The X4 will be IP68 certified for water and dust resistance.