High resolution image renders of an unknown Motorola smartphone have leaked online. At a glance, the device’s overall design look alot like the recently announced Moto G8, but instead of a triple camera setup, the phone is clearly sporting four camera sensors on its back.
The leaked image renders of the phone in question comes by way of OnLeaks via CashKaro. There isn’t a whole lot of specifics or details surrounding the phone, not even about the four camera sensors situated at the top half of the phone’s back. Beyond that, the images do point out some other interesting features.
The phone seems to sport large, edge-to-edge, and bezel-less display that is rumoured to measure in at 6.21-inches, just like the Moto G8. However, unlike the Moto G8, the display uses a teardrop notch similar to the OnePlus 6T. And not a punch hole display.
CashKaro also points out that the phone will have a thickness of 8.8mm, in addition to the 3.5mm audio jack and USB-C port located at the base of the phone. Interestingly, one feature that is visibly absent from the image renders is a fingerprint scanner. This could mean that the biometric feature could either be an in-display implementation or – while highly unlikely – Motorola may have decided to do away with the feature altogether.
At this point, there’s still no official word or statement from Motorola or its parent company, Lenovo, in regards to the device. Until then, it’s best that you keep that salt shaker next to you.