Coming to the Camera, Moto E4 has an 8-megapixel rear camera with autofocus, f/2.2 aperture, and single-LED flash support.
The front of the Moto X4 also gets the glass treatment and you can see how it curves at the edges.
We've been hearing rumors of a Moto X4 (aka Moto X 2017) for a long time now, but today a new source has emerged, with information that's at odds with some of what we've heard before. It makes sense for them to be real, too, as the company has previously promised to launch a whole 12 new mods this year - so it certainly has some catching up to do. Some reports had claimed the Moto Z smartphone would launch on June 27, which didn't happen.
The press render shows the alleged Moto Z2 Force in black color from every possible angle and AT&T logo on the back of the device.
Motorola is now working on a new device and the successor of the previously announced Moto M. The upcoming smartphone will be called the Moto M2.
The Moto E4 which has landed in India doesn't appear to be exactly the same as its USA variant. Or more specifically, a mod that lest you attach actual, real life camera lenses to your smartphone.
This includes a MediaTek MTK6737M 1.3 GHz quad-core processor which is different from the Snapdragon processor in the USA version of the Moto E4. As for the processor, it seems it will be clocked at 2.1GHz and there will be two models: MediaTek MT6755 (Helio P10) or MediaTek MT6755T (Helio P15).
As per GFXBench listings, it is features with 4 GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory. The front camera will be a 16MP shooter for selfies. The battery has a 3,000mAh capacity, and is IP68 certified, so it's able to submerge underwater in a maximum depth of 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes. The processor from MediaTek which powers new Moto M is 6755 Octa-core with four cortex A53 cores and four ARMv8 Cores.