Published: Sat, April 06, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Motorola’s first quad cameras smartphone spotted online

Motorola’s first quad cameras smartphone spotted online

In the absence of a new Z-Series device, Motorola's new Moto G7 and G7 Plus look set to lead the brand's 2019 lineup - and they're available for pre-order in Australia from today.

Motorola is no stranger to rumors. The mysterious Motorola smartphone with quad-camera setup has been leaked online.

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Furthermore, the images reveal that this upcoming Motorola smartphone will be one of the notched display mobile phones. This time, he provided a 360-degree view alongside 5K renders, dimensions and specs courtesy of his "new partner", @CashKarocom. Indeed, there are indications that Motorola could once again be targeting the flagship category, having effectively conceded the high-end space to Samsung, LG, and others. What do you think of the design of this upcoming Quad Camera Phone from Motorola? Motorola's X-Series is likewise out of the picture since the company is rumored to discontinue the line. Motorola's next-generation P40 Play smartphone has been leaked and this is not just a press render that we are talking about. This contradicts the company's plan to use the water-drop notch in the mystery flagship. The last feature that we want to highlight is the 3.5mm headphone jack. Android Authority added that it will have a brushed-aluminum finish that will add a premium feel to the handset.

Exhibit A: Motorola seems to be working on a device that packs a plethora of cameras, according to a new leak from OnLeaks via CashKaro. The sequel could follow a similar launch pattern meaning that it should be known as the Moto P40 Play only in certain markets, but calling it the "Moto One 2" in others might not be too appealing.

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