Moto Mods aren’t dead yet, if this Moto Z4 leak is to be believed

Motorola's Moto Z4 phone has been leaked and, while it's no surprise that the company makes a fourth version of its Android phone, it's the first indication that its Moto Mod initiative can still be alive and fun, because You can clearly see the copper contacts of your Moto Mods modular accessories on the back of this alleged phone.

The launch of the new Moto Mods has slowed down in the last two years, so much that it was not clear if the initiative had a future. After all, the last big wave of new Mods was produced along with the Moto Z2 Play of 2017. Since then, a promising deployable keyboard developed by a third party company in 2018 was canceled. In an interview with Engadget ] at that time Motorola insisted that Mods would continue to work for the foreseeable future.

but apart from the Moto 5G, which is now available for pre-orders and is only compatible with Verizon's 5G consumer network, which has not yet has been released, I see no indication that another great wave of Mods is coming. Therefore, it is possible that the Moto Mods connection point may exist simply to appease previous customers instead of attracting new ones, but we will have to wait until more information is leaked to obtain a larger and better image.

Some other rumors the details have emerged from the publication 91mobiles . The 2019 model can use a Snapdragon 855 processor, which would help repair phone enthusiasts who felt burned by the Moto Z3 last year. Used the Snapdragon 835 above, while other star phones opted for the Snapdragon 845.


moto mods arent dead yet if this moto z4 leak is to be believed

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The Moto Z4 that appears in the leak seems to have a tear-shaped notch, new in the Z line but similar to the that is in this Moto G7 of the year. With regard to the lack of a fingerprint sensor visible in the photo, Moto can opt for a screen fingerprint reader instead of inserting one on the side of the phone, which he did with the Moto Z3. When reviewing the Z3 last year, Chris Welch said the side-mount reader was "cumbersome to use" and that while an on-screen option could reduce discomfort, it may not necessarily be better. The screen solution of the Samsung Galaxy S10 ended up being "slower and more meticulous" than it used to be, although Moto can find a way to improve it.

It is rumored that the camera shown in the leak is a 48- Sony megapixel sensor. A single lens system questions the amount of a mobile photography champion that this phone will be when it comes to portrait shots with lots of bokeh, but Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are handled well, and if it's the same 48 The sensor Megapixels found in the View of Honor 20, there are many reasons to get excited.

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