Motorola, owned by China’s Lenovo, was supposed to launch Moto X4 on June 30, but that never happened and that might have something to do with last week’s rumors.
The rumors said that Qualcomm couldn’t provide enough Snapdragon 660 chipsets and because of that Lenovo might have to postpone Moto X4’s release. We’re not certain that that was the reason, but surely no Moto X4 was introduced on June 30.
Still, there no reason for the rumors so stop now, don’t they?! Evan Blass (@evleaks) shared some new information about Moto X4. According to him, Moto X4 will not be epuipped with Snapdragon 660 chipsets, but with Snapdragon 630 and that could also be a proof that last week’s rumors were accurate.
Also, Moto X4 will get 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB internal storage, that being the maxed out configuration. The phone will sport 5.2-inch Full HD display, fingerprint scanner at the front and a 3,000 mAh battery.
Moto X4 feature a dual camera at the back (12MP+8MP) and a 16 MP selfie snapper at the front. The phone is IP68 certified so its water and dust resistant.
Nothing on the actual release date, but there’s a good chance that Moto X4 might be launched this month.