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Press Renders For Motorola’s Next Flagship Surface – Show An Unearthly Rear Camera Setup

Motorola has been climbing its way up the smartphone market and has brought innovation to the general smartphone market. Recently the manufacturer operated its first ever 5G module launch in the U.S which apparently sticks to the Moto devices through the magnetic pins provided in the back.

Courtesy of folks over at Cashkaro, the latest project by Motorola has finally surfaced. While not much about the internals of the phone is yet known but the high quality renders do show a high-end premium device set to release this year. One of the striking features of the device is the fact that it hosts a four-camera setup at the back with an overall similar design as the previous Moto devices.

The device holds a huge rectangular protrusion in the middle of the device where the four cameras are situated which seems quite weird to say the least. The design language here seems a lot similar to what Apple’s iPhone XI has in store and is turning out to be a trend. While not much is known about the device, one thing is sure and that is its thickness. The phone comes in at 9.8 mm including the camera bump and surprisingly still has the headphone jack.

As we move to the front of the device we notice a teardrop notch very similar to the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro. In a world where punch hole displays are a thing, Motorola has opted for a more traditional yet outdated notch for their upcoming flagship. The overall bezels of the phone are quite thin and the back of the device seems to be made up of metal instead of glass with a brushed texture. The general geometry of the device is very true to its ancestors except the rear camera of course.

In terms of camera diversity, our speculation would be that Motorola would offer a standard lens with ordinary focal length, a wide angle lens, a telephoto lens and a depth sensor. While literally no information about the device is known to start from its name to its specifications apart from its press renders and that those renders are from a trusted source.

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