Motorola appears to be working on a successor to last year’s Moto Z3, which will aptly be known as the Moto Z4. New information about the phone recently surfaced, and some of it points to some potentially interesting hardware.
Off the bat, the source of the information states that the Moto Z4 will have a 6.4-inch Full HD OLED display. More importantly, the display will also feature an in-display fingerprint display. Other hardware specifications of the phone include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 SoC, and a modem chip that will support 5G connectivity via the brand’s 5G mods for the Z series.
For software, the phone will run with Android 9 Pie out of the box. But the more interesting bit of news lies with its camera; according to 91Mobiles, the Moto Z4’s main camera will reportedly be housing a single 48MP sensor, versus the dual-camera setup that was previously employed with the Moto Z3. The camera also features Motorola’s Quad Pixel technology, which should enable users to take better pictures in low-light environments, albeit at just 12MP.
Moving on, the front-facing camera of the Moto Z4 is expected to be a 25MP shooter, complete with Motorola’s Group Selfie mode and, naturally, the Quad Pixel mode.
Other specifications for the Moto Z4 includes a 3600mAh battery with TurboCharge support, and the possibility the phone being available in two memory and storage configurations, 4GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB.
At the time of writing, Motorola has not released any official statement about the Moto Z4. Therefore, we do advise you to take this news with a pinch of salt.