With more cameras becoming a trend on modern-day smartphones, Lenovo-owned Motorola is stepping up its game with a new quad camera device.
This unnamed phone, expected to be the first of a brand new series, has been leaked in full glory by @OnLeaks.
It will feature a novel 48MP quad-camera setup, waterdrop notched display and high-end internals.
Here's everything we know.
As per the renders, the phone will feature a waterdrop notched display with a slim bottom chin that will bear the Motorola branding.
On the back, an array of four camera sensors, arranged in a square, are housed within a large rectangular bump.
Moreover, the lack of a physical fingerprint scanner suggests that the phone will come with an in-screen fingerprint sensor.
Talking of other design parameters, the renders also reveal a metal frame with a curved glass that has some sort of brushed metallic finish.
On the right side of the frame, there is a power/sleep button and volume keys while the bottom edge contains a USB Type-C port and headphone jack.
Up top, there's a speaker grille, microphone, and SIM-card try.
The renders carry a "48MP" branding on the left side of the camera hub.
Hence, we can deduce that the primary camera will be a 48MP sensor which we've seen on several smartphones including the Motorola One Vision.
Moreover, while details about the remaining sensors remain unknown for now, we can expect them to be a wide-angle sensor, telephoto sensor, and a Time-of-Flight sensor.
Details about the specifications and naming of this phone remain unclear as of now.
However, @OnLeaks says it "will be the 1st of a brand new series" that may be positioned between Moto G and Moto Z.
Hence, Motorola could be readying a lower cost premium line-up to take on the likes of Nokia 9 PureView, OnePlus 7, and high-end Galaxy A smartphones.
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