A well-known leakster, Evan Blass more commonly known as @evleaks, recently surfaced with an image that features the lower front part of the upcoming Moto G4 Plus. Although the image isn’t much revealing, it still clearly boasts a physical home button which allegedly hosts fingerprint scanner. Apart from Evan’s tweet, another leaked picture came under spotlight last month which showed a smartphone with an identical home button. At that time, reports suggested that it might be the Moto X we have hearing about now and then, however now it seems that the picture might have been of the smartphone in question – the Motorola Moto G4 Plus.
Moto G4 Plus pic.twitter.com/zPvlEkE2X5
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 15, 2016
Apart from the name and the alleged design shown above, unfortunately we don’t have much information on the upcoming Moto G4 Plus. The G4 got its name, most probably, from the fact that Motorola has already released three generations of Moto G smartphones. Thus the title G4 makes sense even though we haven’t seen any smartphone with names Moto G2 or Moto G3 in the past. Moving on to the ‘Plus’ part of the title, it seems that the Moto G will be released with two different variants with the standard version featuring either a smaller screen size and/or less advanced specifications.
You might have heard that a Lenovo official mentioned the 2016 line-up of Motorola smartphones, stating that they all will feature a fingerprint scanner and none of them will sport a screen size smaller than 5-inch. Considering the fact that Motorola hasn’t any new smartphone since past six months, we can expect a launch soon. Note that Motorola Mobility was purchased by Lenovo back in 2014.
Below, you can check out the aforementioned picture which leaked last month. Stay tuned for the latest news.
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