A Motorola device picture, understood to be of the generic Moto G (4th gen) model, has been leaked online, revealing key physical difference between its higher-end version, the G4 Plus.
Popular Twitter spy Evan Blass (aka @evleaks) has apparently got hold of the low-end model of the G4 series phone confirming the rumours that device lacks the fingerprint sensor.
In the image, the Moto G series phone does not feature any physical home button at the bottom of the display, like we saw in the Moto G4 Plus image, which was leaked recently by the same source.
Previous reports had indicated that the Moto G4 and the G4 Plus would have two key variations to justify the difference in price. Besides the biometric technology, the latter was rumoured to come with a superior 16MP shooter, whereas the former was believed to come with a 13MP camera on the back.
The rest of the features are expected to be the same in both models. They are said to come with 5.5-inch display, Android Marshmallow OS, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 octa-core processor, 3GB RAM, laser auto focus (in the primary camera) and quick-charging battery technology.
Motorola's new Moto G4 series is scheduled to be unveiled next week on May 17 in New Delhi.
Watch this space for more details.