Monday , August 21 2017

Moto G4 shows up in white in a new press render


The Moto G4 or G4 Plus has shown up again after leaking twice already, this time in a nice press render thanks to internet leaker Evan Blass, via his Twitter account @evleaks.

As you can see, the front mounted fingerprint sensor is there, as is what appears to be the microphone to the left which appears to be a little more pronounced in the white colour scheme. The rear of the phone also shows off the new camera setup of the 2016 Moto G series, with some sort of dual-sensor mounted above the camera lens.

The difference between the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus is said to be in the camera alone with the Moto G4 shooting with a 13MP sensor, while the G4 Plus gets a 16MP sensor. The G4 will have a 5.5″ screen making it the largest Moto G to date, moving up from the 4.5″ original Moto G, through to 5.0″ in the Gen 2/3 model.

When the launch is set for isn’t known, but there is a rumour of a May launch, though when that will actually make it to Australia is anyones guess, with Motorola not able to get devices to the Australian market in anything approaching a timely manor for the last few years. It looks great, but will we get it here while it’s relevant is the question.

 
Source: @evleaks.

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Really hope it’s not 5.5inch.

Would make sense to make the normal version 5 inch and the plus version 5.5.

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I think it is likely that the G4 will be 5″ and the G4 Plus will be 5.5″.

I also think that while the two phones will share the same design/appearance we’re likely to see an extra GB of ram in the Plus and a slightly higher rated chip.

I bought my daughter a G3 and, if the G4 Plus turns out to be a serious upgrade to tha,t at a reasonable price point, then I might seriously consider trading in my OnePlus One.

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