Zauba Shares Partial Moto G4 & G4 Plus Specifications


Motorola has scheduled an event in India for May 17th. Now, many people have been wondering what is the company going to announce during the press conference, and by the looks of it, they might unveil the frequently leaked Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus devices. These two phones are also known as the Moto G (4th-gen) smartphones. We've seen a number of leaks when it comes to these devices, some of which have shown off a device with no physical buttons up front, while other leaks have shared a device which sports a square-shaped physical home key up front. We still don't know if the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus will differ in terms of the design or not, but according to the newest piece of info, it is possible that the two devices share the same design, and also quite similar internals, read on.

It seems like the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus specs have surfaced in India. Two Moto-branded devices have surfaced on Zauba quite recently, and according to the shared info, we might be looking at the next-gen Moto G devices. The listing says that the Moto G4 will sport 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, and that the Moto G4 Plus will feature the 3GB RAM + 32GB internal storage combo. The base model (Moto G4) will, allegedly, ship with a 13-megapixel snapper on the back, while the higher-end unit (Moto G4 Plus) is said to sport a 16-megapixel main camera. Laser Autofocus will be present here, and so will NFC. As far as the front-facing unit is concerned, the two devices are said to ship with a 5-megapixel sensor (1.4um pixel size), quite probably manufactured by OmniVision.


So, judging by this info, the Moto G4 will be a somewhat more affordable variant, while the Moto G4 Plus will sport more powerful specifications. It remains to be seen whether these two phones will be identical on the outside or not, and will they sport identical displays, or will the Moto G4 Plus' panel be somewhat larger. The two phones will ship with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box, with some software additions from the company, of course.

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