Moto Z4: certified by the FCC, the future high-end appears in press release


Nearly eight months after the presentation of the Moto Z3, Motorola seems to be preparing to unveil a new high-end smartphone, the Moto Z4. The data sheet and some visuals of the smartphone have indeed been the subject of leaks in recent days.

For three years, Motorola's Moto Z range has taken over from Moto X to highlight the brand's premium smartphones. If the main interest of these devices is their compatibility, from one model to another, with the different Moto Mods modules, this does not prevent the brand from renewing its Moto Z range frequently.
While the Moto Z3 Play was announced in August 2018, there is still no news of his successor. At least until now. Indeed, the FCC, the US agency in charge of telecommunications, has published on its website the certification of a Motorola phone called XT1980-3 with some indications as to characteristics, as spotted by Slashleaks. We learn that the smartphone will have a battery of 3600 mAh and will measure 157 mm high and 75 mm wide. A size that corresponds to the Moto Z3 and therefore seems to indicate that it is a certification for the Moto Z4. Indeed, because of the Moto Mods hulls, the smartphones of the Moto Z range must keep the same size from one generation to another.
A rendering shows a single camera on the back
In addition, the 91Mobiles website has also obtained a press release image (at the top of the article) of the future Moto Z4. As we can see, the smartphone should include a fine notch at the top of the screen, but particularly thin borders. One can also discover a single camera on the back, which would be equipped with a 48 megapixel sensor. Information that matches previous smartphone renderings, based on 3D design plans.
We should know more about the Moto Z4 Motorola at its official announcement. This should take place in the coming weeks given the arrival of certifications, usually one of the last steps before the presentation of a smartphone.
    
    
        
    
    

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