Evan Blass, a well-known leaker consumer electronics industry, turned to Twitter to unveil what may be the next Motorola smartphone. This is the new Z4, a flagship with a drop-shaped notch, with a single rear camera, a built-in fingerprint sensor and a dedicated headset jack. The biggest highlight, however, is the support for Moto Mods, which seems to remain intact in this line of mobile handsets.
According to the portal 91Mobiles, this model should still have a single-lens rear camera with 48MP. Google Pixel Night Shift technology should help the device record good images in low light conditions. The front camera counts the site, it will reach 25MP and it will have a selfies mode for groups, whose capture angle is wider than normal.
In the hardware chapter, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor and the 3,600mAh battery are underlined.
Taking into account the particularities of the smartphone, it is possible that this is disclosed as part of a mid-range. However, we still need to know the price so we can understand Motorola's intentions.
Despite this, the big selling point of this Z4 may be the support for modular elements, which add extra features to the smartphone. Currently, the brand makes available modules that bring support for 5G to the current Moto Z3.