Moto G 4th Gen Video Appears, Watch it now
Those Moto G4 leaks just keep on coming, but this time they’ve stepped things up a notch. A new video has appeared on YouTube, showing a fully functioning Moto G 4th generation prototype in the flesh. The video shows most of the features we’ve seen in previous leaks, although this unit has on-screen buttons without a physical home button.
|Moto G 4th Gen : Leaked Video Snapshot|
We get a good look at the camera bump on the back and the minor degree to which the device wobbles on a flat surface. There’s a power button and volume rocker on the right hand edge and a centered USB charging port on the bottom, although we can’t really tell if it’s USB Type-C or not. It appears the only speaker is the in-call speaker at the top of the display and at 0:27 we can see the “lip” that allows the back cover to be easily removed.
We get a look at Active Display on the device, as well as the stock-looking home screen. We also get a bit of a look at the “mystery hole” on the front face of the chin below the screen (with another on the back near the camera). It certainly doesn’t look as invisible as most LED notifications lights, so it may well turn out to be a pinhole mic after all, or something else entirely.
The most interesting detail though is the absence of a physical home button. Previous leaks have shown a physical home button that presumably also houses a fingerprint scanner, although several commenters have noted some of these images look Photoshopped. Whether this is the case or it will only be the Moto G4 Plus that gets a fingerprint scanner, we’ll have to wait and see.
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