An official render for the soon to be announced Moto G4 has surfaced, before the official announcement from Lenovo tomorrow.
Lenovo has planned an event for tomorrow Tuesday May 17th, in New Dehli, India. With the release only being tomorrow it’s almost tradition to see a substantial leak before the big announcement itself. We should give Lenovo a hand for holding off the leaked images until now.
The official renders were leaked by serial leakster Evan Blass. Revealing on Twitter the Moto G4, with which Blass tweeted “say hello to your little bro.” The tweet was met with confusion as Blass had not tweeted an official render of the Moto G4 Plus beforehand, but he did provide a link which many did not see.
‘ Evan Blass (@evleaks) May 14, 2016
Specs for the new Moto G4 has also been discovered on Geekbench, revealing the new Moto device to use the Snapdragon 617, octa-core processor. Android 6.0.1 is running on the Moto G4, corroborating the supposed existence of the fingerprint sensor. We’re expecting 3GB of RAM for multi-tasking duties if an octa-core processor is present.
If that wasn’t proof enough, the Moto G4 and G4 Plus have been spotted with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certifications. Devices have to go through the FCC to ensure they comply with FCC regulations before going on sale in the U.S.
The Moto G4 and G4 Plus are expected to be announced tomorrow in New Dehli, we will update as soon as we know more from the event.
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Via Pocket Lint.