Jan 22, 2018 | Updated: 09:54 AM EDT

Moto X4 Leaks: This Next 2017 Moto X To Sport Better Specs, Power & Performance

May 15, 2017 04:26 AM EDT

After a year-long gap, Motorola seems to freshen things up with its Moto X lineup soon. And the upcoming smartphone which was long thought to be named as Moto X 2017, has now been indicated as Moto X4 by a well known tipster. Amidst its highly speculated specs and features, the hinted handset is said to be leaked at Chinese forum: Baidu, where its supposed range of essential attributes have also been revealed. The leak came with a short video clip of somewhat 9 seconds.

According to BGR, the clip, which is said to be recorded at a promotional event, sport the first ever image of the next Moto X, supposedly, Moto X4. The smartphone is hinted to flaunt a full metal body having a curved display, also noted as "3D glass." Besides these, it is said to boast an "Ai Integration" alongside a "smart camera." Trustworthy tipster Evan Blass later came up to clear the air a bit with the smartphone's alleged name: Moto X4 through his official twitter handle. A certain lineup of specs of the handset was also indicated by an audio output

Android Authority pointed that the upcoming installment of Moto X lineup, possibly the Moto X4 will boast a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset alongside a massive 5.5-inch display panel. As for the memory, the alleged Moto X4 would come with a 4 GB RAM coupled with a 64 GB internal memory support. The smartphone will also have a 3800 mAh battery, ensuring better battery backup for high-level operations and multitasking.

Moto X4 is also hinted come with an IP68 rating for ensuring better water and dust resistance. The handset is further hinted to launch sometime by the end of 2017. The pricing and availability of the same still remain unanswered. The tech fans who are eager to see the first snap of Moto X4 can check out the youtube clip downwards.

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