We have been hearing reports that Motorola has new handsets in the works. There is a possibility that there could be at least two: the Moto G4 and the Moto G4 Plus. So far there have been photos leaked of the device(s) and all of them seem to share one feature in common: a front-facing square fingerprint sensor.
They all also appear to be rather low-quality in nature in which it’s hard to determine what we are looking at. Thankfully Evan Blass has managed to get his hands on more official-looking renders of the upcoming handset, and as you can see in the image above, it certainly seems to line up with what we have seen to date.
Of course it is possible that the renders might be fake, but given that Blass has in the past been pretty reliable when it comes to leaks (under his @evleaks handle), we guess there is a good chance that this render is the real deal. The render also seems to confirm that Lenovo has made some slight changes to the Motorola logo where it is no longer as recessed as it once was.
Unfortunately apart from the renders, there is no word on when Lenovo will be officially announcing the Moto G4 or the G4 Plus. We also have no idea if the G4 is the successor to the Moto G lineup or if it could be a brand new device on its own, but either way here’s hoping we get more details soon.