The Moto X4 has been leaked quite a bit since we first heard about the device back in May. The X4 has created a good amount of buzz due to the fact that it is expected to return back to the Moto X line’s roots. Originally, the device was expected to debut in Q4 of 2017, but that doesn’t seem to be the case anymore.
While at IFA 2017, Roland Quandt of WinFuture happened to come across a Motorola booth in the process of being put together. The dead giveaway? The Moto X4 branding on the booth wall. Now, we don’t know when exactly Motorola will debut their phone, but the event goes from September 1-6. September 2 has been heavily rumored.
We already know just about everything about the upcoming Moto X4, thanks to multiple leaks and GFXBench. The device will go back to its roots and come with great specs at an affordable price. Headlining the X4 is a IP68 water resistant body, 5.2 inch FHD display, and dual rear-facing cameras. To top it off, it will come with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of ROM, and will be the first non-Google Project Fi capable phone.