As much as Lenovo has tried to keep things on the down low with the upcoming smartphone in the Moto X series, the Moto X4, several leaks of the device have surfaced online including renders which has shown what to expect on the device in terms of the design.
Specs to be loaded on the upcoming Moto X4 has also surfaced online and the latest in the leaks of the device ahead of official announcement is the FCC certification profile which shows more information than was already known about the upcoming device.
The Moto X4 managed to gain FCC certification in US meaning the device will soon be made available in the region although there is no date to that as yet.
For the specs, the Moto X4 which carries a model number of XT-1900-1 will come packing a 2,8000 mAh battery capacity as against an earlier image shared which suggested 3,000 mAh battery.
Other specs include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 chipset loaded under the 5.2-inch full HD display device. Paired with the processor is two RAM configurations of 3GB and 4GB options along with a dual rear-camera setup comprising a 12MP and 8MP snapper while on the front panel it boasts of a 16MP Selfie shooter.