May 15, 2017 04:50 AM EDT
There are various leaks of the Motorola Moto X (2017) surfacing on the web. The latest leak is coming from the official presentation, and while a video played on a front screen promoting the specs and features of the phone, someone was in the back recording the presentation on the sly. The upcoming Moto X4 is from the flagship series for Motorola until last year's Moto Z handsets took over.
While the video was filmed vertically and is also out of focus for most of its duration, there's still a ton of info that can be gathered. According to the presentation, the Moto X4 is seen equipped with a 5.5-inch display. The device also carries newly announced Snapdragon 660 chipset is under the hood with an octa-core CPU and the Adreno 512 GPU. The smartphone will be featuring 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, laser autofocus, and a massive 3800mAh battery.
According to the Phone Arena, the leaked video presentation mentions a smart camera and AI integration for the Moto X4. However, it is doubtful on, if the latter has to do with Amazon's Alexa AI assistant, which is reportedly going to be available as a native feature on some Moto handsets this year. And the smart camera could be stating to the dual-camera setup which is seen on the rear side of the phone.
From the presentation slide itself, alleged Moto X4 is seen having a metal body, 3D glass, a 'smart camera,' IP68 water and dust resistance, which is a rarity for Moto, 'AI integration', always-on voice. The device will also have 3xCA (3x carrier aggregation), and Turbo Charging, as reported by Android Police.
Motorola has so far only been offering a water repellant coating on its smartphones, so the Moto X4 might very well be the company's first smartphone to come with an IP68 certification. For those of who aren't aware, an IP68 certification means a smartphone can be submerged in fresh water up to 1.5 meters deep for a maximum period of 30 minutes.
Currently, no dates were given regarding a public announcement or launch of Moto X4. But considering how Motorola is already showing this presentation privately, so it is clear that launch is not so far from now.
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