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Motorola Moto Z4 Leaked, Another 5G Ready Smartphone?

Leaks regarding the upcoming 5G ready Moto Z4 have just surfaced courtesy of 91Mobiles. Despite having the Moto Z3 already supporting the 5G mod, Motorola has started working on their upcoming project and the results are very different than one would expect. The renders showcase the power and volume buttons on the left side of the device with an overall clean and streamlined design language.

Motorola’s Moto Z3 is out and rolling while the manufacturer has gone for an unorthodox approach for the smartphone. Being a mid-ranger with dated internals but a unique exterior the Moto Z3 and a magnetic port for all the fun and crazy Moto Mods.

Motorola Moto Z4 Leaked, Another 5G Ready Smartphone? 2

5G has been the talk of the year recently and with a variety of smartphones from major manufacturers being built around the technology, Motorola decided to take it a step further. Instead of releasing a new 5G ready device, folks over at Motorola have introduced a 5G Mod for the Moto Z3.

Expected to be powered by the latest and greatest Snapdragon 855 SoC, not much is known about the device except the fact that it will act as the brand’s go-to smartphone when it comes to 5G. Featuring a tiny water drop notch and very minute bezels, the design of the moto Z4 seems very relevant to its ancestors and paints a positive picture. As we move towards the back of the device, a 16 pin Pogo connector is visible to support all the Moto mods and no fingerprint sensor is visible. One more thing to notice here is the fact that the Moto Z4 features a single rear-facing camera which is astonishing considering today’s standards.

With such a unique approach by Motorola in a smartphone market this tensed, they have quite a lot on the line. Would Motorola pave its way past mainstream phones throttled by its Moto mods or not?

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