Moto G4 Leaked Images Suggests a Finger-Print Sensor, and Redesigned Camera Housing

The Motorola Moto G4 is undoubtedly one of the mid-range device most anticipated by users this year. This time, the new version of the smartphone should bring an unprecedented feature: according to leaked images, it will feature a fingerprint sensor, something not very common in mid-range devices.

As you can see in the picture, the fingerprint reader is located on the bottom of the device, below the screen, similar to most smartphones that have this feature. Motorola chose a square shape of the sensor, different from the circular or rectangular models of some competitors.

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Moreover, the images leaked reveal details of the device’s rear camera. As you can see, Moto G4 will has a LED flash and two small sensors located on top of the camera. The image also shows that the back of the device is coated plastic with rubberized finish. That said, it is possible that we see color variants and models for customization of the device, as with previous versions of the line. As might be expected, none of the images were confirmed by Motorola.

In addition to the leaked photos, rumors indicate that the new device will be launched in two versions, the Moto G4 and G4 Plus – the latter should have a higher screen size. There is still no official release date for the smartphone.

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