Motorola Moto G4 and G4 Plus might be unveiled on June 9

The Motorola Moto G series has been treated with multiple leaks in the past week. We have heard some of the internal specifications, while leaked images surfaced on multiple occasions. However, up until now, there was no official/unofficial news on the price tags, unveiling and availability of the Motorola Moto G4. Apparently that isn’t the case now as Lenovo’s CEO Yang Yuanqing announced that Motorola will unveil a new and exciting handset on June 9. 

The announcement was made at the launch event of Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro, though no specifics were mentioned. Let’s have a look at what we know of the Motorola G4 and G4 Plus so far. Based on multiple leaks by Evan Blass and other analysts, the Moto G4 Plus features a fingerprint scanner embedded inside a square-shaped home button. On the back side, we have a vertical strip which hosts the camera department. The two small dots visible above the camera might be the Laser autofocus, however, we still haven’t heard any news on the internal hardware of the smartphone. Note that it is yet to be confirmed whether the smartphone has a fingerprint scanner inside its home button or not, however based on the announcement by a Lenovo official which stated that the 2016 line-up of Motorola smartphones will feature a fingerprint scanner and none of them will sport a screen size smaller than 5-inch, it is safe to assume that it does. It must also be mentioned that Motorola Mobility was purchased by Lenovo back in 2014.


See also: Reportedly, Sony might soon launch Xperia M Ultra featuring 6-inch display and 23MP dual camera

Meanwhile, please check out some other leaked images of the Moto G4, which also features the same square-shaped home button (most probably with a fingerprint scanner inside it). In addition to that, the smartphone features the vertical strip located at the back panel. Similar to the Plus variant, the standard G4 will apparently come with laser auto focus. Have a look:

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