Motorola didn’t launch a high-end device or so-called the flagship device this year and plans to change it in 2019 as it is gearing up to launch its Moto Z4. The Moto Z3 which was launched in 2017 couldn’t make a mark in the market and now its successor is going to get the latest Qualcomm 8150 chipset which is expected to be unveiled officially next month. With the codename Odin the upcoming smartphone is said to be supporting 5G MotoMod which is in development. It is not clear if the device will support the current Moto Mods.
Well, according to the leaks, the device will be coming out of the box with the latest Android 9.0 Pie operating system and expected to be coming with at least 4GB of RAM along with 32GB of storage. Moreover, it could also come with an in-display fingerprint sensor and a source also reported saying, Motorola has been working on software to handle the same. The upcoming Moto Z4 is said to be developed for North America and is expected to be a Verizon model. It is not clear if it could just be a Verizon exclusive device but there should also be an unlocked model too. We should be knowing it pretty soon.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 is said to be the successor of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC which has been used in almost all the flagship models of 2018. The upcoming chipset is said to be coming with 4 Silver and 4 Gold cores along with a trig-cluster CPU configuration. The Moto Z3 came with a 6.01-inch Super AMOLED display with 1080 x 2160 pixels and was powered with a Snapdragon 835 Chipset. There was a 12MP rear-facing main camera along with a 12MP secondary camera with a single 8MP selfie shooter.
The device had a fingerprint sensor mounted on the side and came with a 3000mAh battery along with fast charging support. Well, we can expect its successor to come with a dual camera setup on the rear although the sensor used might be changed. We need to wait a few more days to know more about the handset and if you have more queries comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.