According to a report on 91mobiles, the rumored Moto Z4 is shaping up to be a downgrade over last year’s Moto Z3 from the SoC and the camera configurations. The source claims to have received a couple of marketing materials that pretty much confirm some of the device’s specs.
The Moto Z4 according to 91mobile who has a decent track record will come to a single 48MP rear shooter which is quite of a downgrade considering that last year’s Moto z3 has a pair of cameras on the back, and is tipped to get the 48MP Sony sensor, though it remains to be known if the Z4 single rear camera will be as versatile and feature-packed than the dual shooter setup found on the back of the Z3.
91mobiles also claims the Moto Z4 will be fronted by a 6.4-inch OLED panel with a full-HD resolution, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and will be powered by the Snapdragon 675 SoC, perhaps with 4GB and 6GB RAM options as well as 64GB and 128GB internal storage options as previously rumored. The device will come with support for 5G via the brand’s 5G Mod, while it will boot Android 9 Pie operating system with Google’s Digital Wellbeing and Lens as well as Motorola’s Moto Display, Moto Actions, Moto Experiences out of the box.
For photographic functions, the Moto Z4 as per the marketing document is tipped to come with a 48-megapixel rear camera with night vision mode which will use Quad Pixel technology to combine four pixels into a single large pixel in order to deliver images in 12MP resolution, while it will come fitted with a 25-megapixel camera with Group Selfie mode. The report also mentions features like the AI mode, AR stickers, Night Vision mode, 6MP photos to deliver “incredibly sharp” images in low lighting conditions, etc.
Although the report has no renders or images that reveal the device, it mentioned that the device will come with a water-repellent design, though no IP rating is mentioned, suggesting a splash-proof nano-coating is being used. And lastly, the Moto Z4 is tipped to come with a 3,600mAh battery with TurboCharge fast-charging support.
Pricing, as well as the possible launch date, remain unknown, however, we expect more on that in the following weeks.