By this point, we basically know everything about the Moto G4, which is set to be announced on Tuesday at an event in India. The company has had great success with the Moto G line since it was announced back in 2013, particularly in emerging markets like Brazil and India. Now they are looking to keep up the pace with not one, but two Moto G variants this time around. What have been referred to as the Moto G4 and the Moto G4 Plus. The only difference between these two, as far as leaks have shown us, is the fingerprint sensor on the Moto G4 Plus.
On Saturday, famous leaker Evleaks, posted a picture of what we believe to be the Moto G4 - remember that this may not be the final name for the device. In his tweet he mentioned "Say hello to your little bro". So this could be the Moto G4, in reference to the Moto X being the bigger brother. A few are also thinking it may be the new Moto E, with the Moto G being referenced as its big brother.
While we can only see the front of the device in this picture, it's pretty likely to be the Moto G4. Seeing as the Moto G4 Plus - based on leaks of course - has a physical button on the front that is a fingerprint sensor. This device also shows that there are on-screen buttons and that we may be sticking with an AOSP build of Android on the device. You'll notice that it has a Jelly Bean wallpaper on there, but don't worry, that wallpaper is on just about every AOSP device, so don't take this to mean that it'll be running Android 4.x.
On May 17th, Lenovo and Motorola will be unveiling the new Moto G4 in India. We'll be keeping up with what the company unveils at this event. Although it is likely to be available in India only, for a little while. With a more worldwide release coming at the Lenovo Tech World which takes place in early June. Either way, it looks like a great device from Motorola and Lenovo.