New Moto G4 Plus photos leak out, retail packaging confirms its name and features

New Moto G4 Plus photos leak out, retail packaging confirms its name and features
Motorola Mobility (owned by Lenovo since 2014) is getting ready to release two new Android smartphones expected to be called Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus. Thanks to several leaked photos, we can now confirm the fact that one of the new handsets is indeed called Moto G4 Plus

Two of the photos that we're talking about present the retail packaging of the upcoming device: on the front, we can clearly see the phone's name alongside the famous M(oto) logo, while the back of the packaging mentions some of its features, and shows the Lenovo logo. The Moto G4 Plus name also shows up on a screen protector that covers the smartphone in another leaked image.

As previously rumored, the Moto G4 Plus features a fingerprint scanner below its display - a 5.5-inch one with 1080 x 1920 pixels. The handset has LTE connectivity, and is powered by an unknown octa-core processor, offering 2 GB of RAM (or 3 GB on some variants), and 32 GB of internal memory. There's a 5 MP camera on the front, while the rear camera is a 16 MP one with laser and phase detection auto focus. As for the battery inside the G4 Plus, this is a 3000 mAh one with TurboPower fast-charging. Near stock Android Marshmallow should be on board out of the box.

Later today (or tomorrow, depending on your location), on May 17, Motorola will be hosting press events in Mexico and India to officially announce the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus. We'll update you with everything there is to know about the two handsets as soon as we have all the details. Who's excited about the incoming Moto G4 series?


source: TechDroider via Roland Quandt, Vaibhav Jain (Twitter)

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