Moto X4 could be announced on June 30

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Whereas the second generation device is slated to boast dual-camera on the back, one for taking the subject image, while the other compliments by taking in-depth background information and offer Bokeh effect feature.

The upcoming Moto X4 is expected to be a mid-ranger smartphone and would be priced at around $325. The launching of three phones, the Moto Z2 Force, the Moto G5S Plus and the Moto X4 will be done in Brazil on the June 21. Nevertheless, we believe that Motorola will launch both the phones at the same time.

However, there are many leaks and rumours about the Moto Z2 from the last couple of months. The new hole takes after a present value spill for Moto X4 in India from a similar tipster.

Further, the phone is reported to feature a 5.2-inch Full HD display along with Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor and 4GB of RAM. The phone has a massive 3,800 mAh battery capacity which supports Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 technology to charge the battery in just a few minutes. It is equipped with a USB Type C as well. The Lenovo owned-company started its next phase of new smartphone releases on June 1 with the the Z2 Play.

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The company has not made any official comments about the device. According to the latest leak, the smartphone could come with a glass and metal construction and is confirmed to sport a dual-camera setup.

Let's hope Moto X4 out with best of its features on June 30.

Motorola, in a bid to make Moto Z2 on par with rival brands, has reportedly increased the RAM capacity of the device by 50% compared to the previous generation. Considering the past authority value spill in India, the tipster is implying the Indian discharge date for the Motorola cell phone. The Moto X4 is the newest smartphone in the Moto X series.

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