Prototype fourth generation Motorola Moto G discovered on video?

Prototype fourth generation Motorola Moto G discovered on video?
Just the other day, we showed you some photos of what is allegedly the fourth generation Motorola Moto G known as the Moto G4. The phone carries what appears to be a fingerprint scanner on the front of the device. On back, there is the famous Motorola bat-wings logo, a camera, LED flash and other sensors.

Today, a video of the device was discovered on YouTube. The listing was made last week and the title of the video indicates that the model shown is a prototype. The unit starring the clip lacks the odd-looking front-facing button seen in the previous photo leak of the phone. That could be due to the fact that the video is showing a prototype.

Another possibility is that the previous leak shows off the Moto G4 Plus, and the YouTube video reveals the Moto G4. It could be entirely possible for a premium version of the phone to offer a fingerprint sensor while the regular version doesn't.

Now that we have seen several leaks, the next thing to be on the look out for would be the FCC confirmation of the model. If you believe that where there's smoke there's fire, then we shouldn't be terribly far from the unveiling of the next generation Motorola Moto G.



source: YouTube

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