• Saturday, September 14, 2019

Motorola middle class Z lineup to get a new member

The fourth generation of the Moto Z lineup will be called Moto Z4, and today we've received some details that give us insight into this new device's design and features.

The picture clearly shows that this phone's display stretches from edge to edge, with very thin bezels and a waterdrop notch on top of the display inside which there is the front-facing camera sensor.


This render also seems to suggest that the new Moto Z4 will only a single rear-facing camera, which is surprising for a phone in 2019 since by now we're used to seeing phones with a minimum of two camera sensors. This single camera uses a 48MP sensor made by Sony.

The fingerprint scanner clearly isn't placed on the back which leads us to believe that most like the Moto Z4 will have an in-display fingerprint scanner built in. On the right edge the phone has volume rockers and the power button, as well as a 3.5mm audio port on the bottom.

When it comes to the specifications, it is expected that the Moto Z4 will be powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset. Just as its predecessor, the Moto Z3, the new device also offer 5G through the 5G Moto mode. It will likely come with the new Android 9.0 Pie operating system out of the box.


In January this year we saw similar renders of a phone called Moto Z4 Play, however, the sources point out that Motorola apparently has no plans to launch the Play version of the Z lineup this year.

Be it as it may, the new Motorola device, the Moto Z4, should be launched on April 3 judging by the date displayed on the renders.