Lenovo-owned Motorola's much awaited mid-range smartphone Moto G (4th gen) is reportedly coming in two variants.
Technology blog Android Headlines has got hold from Zauba.com, an Indian logistics company, a manifest related to Moto G4's components imported from China to Chennai.
As per the leaked data, it looks like Motorola is building two variants of Moto G4 (codename Athene) — one having 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage and another the G4 Plus with 3GB RAM and 32GB inbuilt memory.
The document also reveals that both devices will boast laser autofocus and NFC (Near Field Communication).
The company has not responded to queries regarding the speculations, but it has to be noted that Lenovo owns an assembling plant in Chennai, leading many to believe that the aforementioned details are likelier to feature in the upcoming Moto G4 series.
Furthermore, just a few days ago, Motorola India released a teaser on Twitter that also hinted the presence of laser autofocus.
If rumours are to be believed, Moto G4 Plus will have another key differentiating feature over the Moto G4 model. The former is said to have a superior 16MP camera in the rear, whereas the latter will come packed with a standard 13MP snapper.
But both devices are said to house a 5MP shooter on the front.
Motorola will host an event on New Delhi on May 17. The company, for the last two weeks, has been on a promotional spree, releasing numerous teasers on Twitter and it is expected to a spill few more details of the Moto G4 series leading up to the launch day.
Watch this space for more updates.