Motorola is reportedly working on a new Moto G variant to be called as Moto G4 Plus or may be launched as the Moto G 4th Gen. The device has been leaked already with a fingerprint scanner previously and was said to be called as the successor to the Moto X, but it rumored to be launched as the Moto G4 Plus or simply the Moto G 4th Gen.
A new render of the Moto G4 Plus has been shared by the leakster @evleaks Evan Blass on his Twitter account giving us the clue of its design. He hasn’t shared any specs in his post, however. A video shared by another Twitter user gives us the full view of the phone as well.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 19, 2016
The leaked image shared by Evan Blass comes with full view of the device including the back and front panels. The front panel has the square-shaped home button with fingerprint scanner embedded in it. The leaked image also shows us the rear camera module with vertical strip design having the LED flash as well.
— Krispi (@krispitech) April 19, 2016
The leaked video, however, doesn’t have any fingerprint scanner on the front of the rumored device. The device in the video might be launched as the Moto G4, while the Moto G4 plus will have a fingerprint scanner as the render shared by @evleaks. So, Motorola or Lenovo may be working on two new Moto G series flagship that may be unveiled in the company’s next official event.
According to the rumors, both the Moto G4 or Moto G4 Plus are expected to launch with 5.5-inch displays and are expected to be priced between $200-$300. Both will have 16 GB inbuilt storage capacity and will feature 16-megapixel rear cameras with LED flash. The Moto G4 plus will have a fingerprint scanner while the Moto G4 will not feature any fingerprint scanner just like the previous Moto G devices. The battery capacity will also be increased in both the devices with Moto G4 Plus having the larger battery as compared to the Moto G4.
Nothing from the above specs have been confirmed by the company, so take it with a pinch of salt for now. Stay tuned for more news and updates.