New Moto Z4 leak corroborates previous rumors: Snapdragon 675, 48 MP camera, in-display fingerprint reader
There have multiple rumors about the Moto Z4 at this point. The device is expected to be unveiled in the coming months, and a new leak has now corroborated most of what we've heard about the it.
Design-wise, the Z4 will sport a teardrop notch, like most of Motorola's newer devices. The display is said to be a 6.4-inch FHD+ OLED. Renders aren't the most accurate representation of bezels, but the Z4's chin does look to be on the more petite side. Housed within that notch is said to be a 25 MP selfie camera. Apparently, the device could use pixel binning to output 6.25 MP photos with more detail and luminance.
At the back of the Z4 is a single camera. That sensor is supposedly a 48 MP one, which likely makes it the IMX586, the same sensor seen on the Honor View 20 and Xiaomi Mi 9. Like with the selfie camera, the device will also use pixel binning to get 12 MP images.
Under the hood, the Z4 is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 675. That makes sense, of course, considering the 48 MP camera. The SD 675 is one of the newer SoCs with an ISP capable of handling native 48 MP processing. The Z4 is touted to feature a 3600 mAh battery and in-display fingerprint reader. There's Moto's 18 W TurboCharge. A 3.5mm headphone is also present, apparently.
We're not sure how the Z4 will be priced but Moto's recent pricing scheme has been rather off-putting, and we wouldn't be surprised if this shipped with an MSRP north of US$500.