Last week, Evan Blass - who goes by the Twitter handle @evleaks - shared an image alleged to be of the Motorola Moto G4 Plus. The image, however, revealed only the bottom portion of the device's front-panel.
Now, the leakster has shared another image of the handset, and this time it shows off the complete front as well as back of the device.
The image reveals a square-shaped fingerprint sensor on the front, and a camera setup (including an apparent laser autofocus module) with vertical strip design on the back. Sadly, nothing else - including specs, pricing, and availability - is currently known about the device.
This comes just a few days after similar looking images alleged to be of the fourth-generation Moto G leaked online.
Why the hell would they put the finger print sensor on the bottom front when they have the signature moto dimple in the back to put in. Its a no brainer but I guess the designers didnt agree -_-
The MOTO G3 was not dual speaker, the top was an earpiece and the bottom was a loudspeaker. All phones need a loudspeaker. This design looks like a chinese phone, nothing original. Yes it looks clean but nothing is actually interesting about it.
That fingerprint sensor is really irritating to look at.