Prolific tipster Evan Blass (aka @evleaks) has recently tweeted the leaked render of Moto X4 depicting the key features of the upcoming Moto X4 smartphone. Based on the render, a recent report on VentureBeat suggests that the forthcoming Moto smartphone in the X series will be named Moto X4 and not 'Moto X 2017' as rumoured earlier.
The X4 was recently touted to be the first Project-Fi compatible non-Google device in the mid-range smartphone segment with an expected launch date for Q4 2017, according to sources close to Motorola and Lenovo.
In his latest tweet, Evan Blass has reported that the X4 will indeed feature a unibody aluminium construction with dual rear cameras and IP68 water resistance.
A closer look at the leaked render (above) suggests the presence of 3D glass on the front panel while the left and right bezels seem extremely narrow. We can also notice a headphone jack at the bottom next to the USB port. There is a front-facing camera flash and a rounded dual camera module on the rear.
Recent rumours have also suggested that the Moto handset will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 630 octa-core processor and paired with 4GB of RAM. Other expected features include 64GB of internal storage, 3,000mAh battery, dual 13MP camera sensors on the rear panel, a 5.5in full HD display, Quick Charge 3.0 technology and USB Type-C port for charging.