Moto Z4 with 48-Megapixel Camera
Lenovo is working to get the Moto Z4 off the ground. It is a smartphone with a simple camera. The Moto Z4 will also support Moto Mods further.
Motorola is working on the successor to the Moto Z3, the Moto Z4, as reported by “91 Mobiles”. The magazine has published render images that should come from a reliable source. The smartphone is similar to its predecessor, but the edges are narrower and there is a drop-shaped Notch. This is the front camera housed, for their resolution, there is no information.
On the back probably sits a single camera. Behind it Sony’s 48-megapixel sensor IMX586 sit. Also on the back of the 16-pin Pogo connector can be seen. This suggests that Motorola continues to say goodbye to the concept of Moto Mods. Whether Motorola plans new expansions is not yet known. Motorola offers a 5G-Mod to pre-order. The should but only be used by Verizon customers.
A fingerprint sensor is not recognizable. According to “91 Mobiles” this is because Motorola installed this under the display. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 will be used as the processor. Information on the memory of the smartphone is not yet available. Motorola offers next to a USB-C port probably still a headphone jack on the Moto Z4. In addition, the smartphone will be delivered with Android 9 Pie.
The Moto Z4 will appear in the near future, they say. There are no further details or prices. Previously, there were already pictures of a Moto Z4 Play. However, according to the source, Motorola does not plan to release a play model of the Moto Z4 this year.
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