We're finally getting a first look at what Lenovo has to offer with Motorola's budget G series this year. Images of the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus have leaked over the weekend, revealing a home button with an embedded fingerprint sensor and a redesigned camera housing at the back.
The front fingerprint sensor was corroborated by Evan Blass in a different leak, and it looks like we'll be treated to an "evolution" on the design front:
Moto G4 Plus pic.twitter.com/zPvlEkE2X5— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 15, 2016
for the moto g4 plus I can only go on what I see. And it was pretty darn nice. Expect a nice looking evolution in moto's design language— Malcolm Williams (@mwilliams4555) April 15, 2016
There's no mention of the specs on offer, but Roland Quandt of WinFuture suggested that both devices would have the scme 5.5-inch displays, with the camera being the differentiator:
Moto G Plus: 5.5in, 16 MP cam, 16 GB. 280 Euro. Moto G 4th Gen: 5.5in, 13 MP cam, 16 GB. 240 Euro. both black or white. available May. boom.— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) April 16, 2016
With a launch slated for May, we should be hearing more about Motorola's upcoming devices over the coming weeks. While there's no confirmation, we may get to see the Moto X3 at around the same time.