As well as making the entire front of modern smartphones a screen, with no need for bezels or a camera cutout of any kind, smartphones maker both in and outside of China are now pushing for the best camera ever in smartphones. Huawei first introduced the first mainstream phone with triple-camera last March, in the form the Huawei P20 Pro, other OEMs have since adopted the design, while Huawei, Samsung, and Nokia have since upped their ante to include up to 4 and 5 cameras in their devices.
Lenovo owned Motorola could be joining the party soon, as the firm was reported to be working on a triple camera phone, and while that has yet to see the light of the day, a new leak courtesy of popular leakster OnLeaks suggest the company could be working on a flagship-grade device that it could pitch against the P30 Pro.
Based on 3D CAD renders shared by reputed leaker OnLeaks, the unnamed Motorola phone is obviously tipped to arrive with an all-screen front, fitted with a 6.2-inch display with a fingerprint scanner embedded in it, and a water-drop notch, while the most interesting of the features is the presence of a quad rear cameras, perhaps with no work.
The unknown Motorola device is only about 158.7 x 75 x 8.8, perhaps at the point of the camera bump. And just like the tri-camera touting Motorola phones that surfaced yesterday, it is way too early to speculate or guess, rather we would have to wait some more details in the coming days, but we certainly hope this is the rumored Motorola G8 we heard of a few days back