New pose for the Motorola Moto X4 handset that we showed you yesterday

A slightly different pose for the Moto X4 handset that we showed you yesterday

A slightly different pose for the Moto X4 handset that we showed you yesterday

Yesterday, we showed you an image of what appears to be the Motorola Moto X4, the fourth generation model of the Motorola Moto X. Right down to the fingerprint scanner embedded in the home button, this looks to be a legitimate leak. The phone is believed to employ an AMOLED display, and is also reported to be shatterproof as it supposedly uses the same ShatterShield technology carried by the Motorola DROID Turbo 2.

Today, another picture of the same phone has been discovered, photographed from a slightly different angle. On the very top, you might be able to read the words "Motorola confidential property not for sale." That labeling is usually seen on the manufacturer's official protoypes. 

Other Moto models are also getting leaked. Earlier today, we found a picture of the Motorola Moto G4's front panel on the German eBay page. We expect that the Moto G4 and the Motorola G4 Plus will both be unveiled on May 17th. On June 9th, at Lenovo's Tech World show, a Project Tango AR phone will be introduced along with a product from Motorola that has quite a buzz. Whatever it is, this new "thing" is supposed to change the way we use and think about our mobile devices

While we could see the Moto X4 unveiled then, it is more likely that the date shown on renders of the phone will turn out to be when the model becomes official. That date is August 24th.

Source: Mobipicker

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16 Comments

1. tech2

Posts: 3487; Member since: Oct 26, 2012

Someone need to teach this guy how to put on a screen protector. jk

4. hiseshu

Posts: 38; Member since: May 09, 2016

Any information on "moto x force 2".. ? I m seriously waiting/looking for" moto x force 2"

5. hiseshu

Posts: 38; Member since: May 09, 2016

Any information on "moto x force 2".. ? I m seriously waiting/looking for" moto x force 2"

6. hiseshu

Posts: 38; Member since: May 09, 2016

Any information on "moto x force 2".. ? I m seriously waiting/looking for" moto x force 2"

7. hiseshu

Posts: 38; Member since: May 09, 2016

Any information on "moto x force 2".. ? I m seriously waiting/looking for" moto x force 2"

8. hiseshu

Posts: 38; Member since: May 09, 2016

Any information on "moto x force 2".. ? I m seriously waiting/looking for" moto x force 2"

9. TamaraD

Posts: 6; Member since: May 10, 2016

You can say that again!

11. skips

Posts: 464; Member since: Oct 04, 2015

Any information on "moto x force 2".. ? I m seriously waiting/looking for" moto x force 2"

10. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

last year = HTC fail this year = moto fail, but that also mean next year's motoX will be lot better (but I still hope that design is fake :-/)

12. Scott93274

Posts: 6025; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

For the last two years images have leaked prematurely of the Moto X and people are critical of the design. However when the actual consumer ready model is revealed by Motorola, people usually have nothing but positive things to say about the aesthetics of the device, so criticizing the phone at this point seems a bit foolhardy. I for one will reserve judgement for its official reveal in one month's time. I am rather curious to see what this alleged modular design is all about. I really want to see Motorola set itself apart from the rest of the industry with something truly innovative.

15. robcar

Posts: 110; Member since: Jan 18, 2011

Well, I deeply regret buying an X Style / Pure. Slow, warm, draining battery, nothing that is appealing about this device.

16. Scott93274

Posts: 6025; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

I've only heard good things about the phones performance in regards to speed and responsiveness, heat and battery longevity on the other hand, I have yet to see anyone else comment on. I can however say that the Motorola troll on this site Mr. Mxyzptlk, claims to have a Moto X Pure and says it's a great phone. Regardless, my initial statement was in regards to aesthetics, not performance, which no one is qualified to make any definitive remarks on as the specs for the device are anything but official.

17. SYSTEM_LORD

Posts: 1168; Member since: Oct 05, 2015

That might just be due to the 810 ticking inside, perhaps. A57s on planar was just a bad idea. It seems like the first crop of 64-bit arch builds werent as well polished as the A7 and A15 were, or as efficient as the A72/35 are/will be.

13. sebstin

Posts: 170; Member since: Dec 03, 2015

Moto G / Moto X / Moto E .. all of them are 5-5.5" phones.. Wish moto retained original sizes.. (Moto E: 4.3 to 4.5"). Moto G (4.7 to 5.1) Moto X (5.2 to 5.7")..

14. Scott93274

Posts: 6025; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

The size of the original Moto X was actually 4.7". And as much as I love my Nexus 6P, I think I prefer the feel of a smaller handset. Yes, it limits the size of the battery, but it's just a far more manageable size.

18. androidrocks

Posts: 62; Member since: Apr 14, 2012

The front looks like the design is borrowed from lenovo zuk z1

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