The Motorola Moto X4 has been teased a few times already, and we have a new round of images and some information courtesy of Google+ user Jerry Yin. The phone looks just like it did in the other leaks, from the pill-shaped fingerprint sensor to the dual cameras on the back of the device.

The image shows the display lit up, and the software looks like Motorola's clean take on Android we've come to know and love. Yin discussed the specifications in the comments, and says the device will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 630, rather than the Snapdragon 660 that earlier leaks suggested. The display will be an LCD panel, rather than the AMOLED panels found on the more expensive Moto Z line. AMOLED panels have the advantage of being able to turn on select pixels, while LCD panels light up the entire display, even for fully black pixels. This means an LCD panel will — in theory — use more battery power for Moto Display.

Not corroborated (at least, not yet) in the comments was carrier availability for the device. The Moto X4 is rumored to be able to work on Google's Project Fi service, which would make it the first non-Google phone to officially work on the service. That would also provide a critical mid-range option as Nexus 5X and 6P users look to replace their devices. As nice as the Pixels are, they're also a few hundred dollars more expensive than the last Nexus phones were. If the Moto X4 worked with Project Fi, that would be a nice, mid-range option for Fi users.

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