We're seeing some Moto G7 variants launch this month, but if what you're after is more of a flagship-tier device, we've got something for you today.
New renders claim to show the Moto Z4. The device has slim bezels and a small waterdrop notch, which is a change from the Moto Z3 which had a normal top bezel rather than a notch. Around back we can see a connectors for Moto Mods and a single rear camera.
There's no fingerprint reader to be seen here, which suggests that the Moto Z4 could adopt an in-display fingerprint sensor. Also rumored to be included is a 48MP rear camera, says 91mobiles, as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack, USB-C port, and Android 9.0 Pie. Considering that this is a flagship Android phone that's likely launching in 2019, it seems probable that a Snapdragon 855 processor will be included as well.
One other detail worth noting is that if you're thinking that this device looks similar to the Moto Z4 Play that leaked earlier this year, you're not wrong. Today's report suggests that that was actually this Moto Z4 and that Motorola has no plans to release a Moto Z4 Play model.
It's unclear when Motorola might announce the Moto Z4, but the Moto Z3 was announced in August last year, so we could still be a little ways away from the Z4's official reveal. While some folks may be disappointed to see the Moto Z4 moving to a notch, the bezels around the display do look quite a bit slimmer than they were on the Z3, especially the chin that now has no Motorola branding.
What do you think of this leaked Moto Z4?