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We have compiled a series of data on the fourth generation of Motorola Moto X 2016 by Digital Trends. Maybe it's a little early to call mobile in this way because, according to some rumors, Motorola could change the name of your primary phone Moto Z. This would not be such a radical change as other brands like HTC and Sony already have fact.
This is what we’ve heard so far about the Moto X 4th Generation!
It’s surprising to see that the Motorola Moto X 4th Generation does not have a fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone. This seems to be a common trend in newer phones, especially in flagship phones. However, don’t give up hope yet! There’s still a very high chance that this generation’s Moto X will have a dedicated fingerprint sensor, especially since they originally planned to place it on the 2015 version.
Design and camera
The Moto X should have a fully metallic exterior. Another smartphone released under the Droid name is expected to have a colourful plastic exterior. Both phones should maintain a similar appearance to its last generation model!
At the bottom of the device, there are two rows of eight holes. While they may seem like speakers, there’s a chance that these holes will be used for specific accessories!
The size of the lens is quite big and is located in the center of the smartphone. It will be supported by a LED flash and a laser auto focus.
The Motorola Moto X 4th Generation will feature a Quad HD display, a Snapdragon 820 processor, 3 GB or 4 GB of ram, 32 GB of storage and a 2600mAh battery. All of these parts will be packed into a thin 5.2 mm smartphone!
In addition, there will reportedly be a pipe built in that will help reduce overheating. With extensive use, the Snapdragon 820 processor may begin to rise in temperature, which may result in the smartphone crashing.
So what do you think of the Motorola Moto X 4th Generation? Do you think it will be renamed and lead to a new product for Motorola? Give us your opinion in the comments below!