Just a few days ago, renders showing an upcoming Motorola smartphone with a triple-camera setup had been leaked online. CAD renders and a 360-degree video showing an unannounced Motorola handset with a quad-camera setup have now surfaced on the web, courtesy of reliable leakster @OnLeaks.
Sadly, the leakster has not confirmed the name of the smartphone seen in these new CAD renders. While there is a possibility of it being the flagship Moto Z4, we cannot be completely sure at this stage. As you can see in the renders, the device will come with four camera sensors placed inside a square arrangement.
While the arrangement itself looks quite nice, the fact that it protrudes outward may not be to everyone’s liking. The main sensor is said to be a 48MP sensor, although it hasn’t been confirmed if Motorola will be using Sony’s IMX586 sensor or an ISOCELL GM1 sensor from Samsung.
Over on the front, the device is tipped to feature a 6.2-inch AMOLED display with a waterdrop notch and an in-screen fingerprint scanner. On the downside, however, the chin at the bottom is thicker than we would have liked. It even has the Motorola branding on it. At the bottom of the device, we find a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
As mentioned earlier, there is a possibility of the device seen above being Motorola’s 2019 flagship offering. If that is indeed the case, we can expect it to be powered by a 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset. As for memory, the smartphone will likely come equipped with at least 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. More details regarding the device are expected to surface online in the coming weeks. Since the Moto Z4 came out in August last year, we can expect the Moto Z4 to be unveiled sometime in the third quarter of the year.