New design language and a whopping four rear cameras
Over the past couple of years, Motorola has developed two clear design languages - Moto smartphones boast circle-shaped camera modules on the back while One-branded devices feature vertical camera setups in the corner. But instead of adopting Motorola's usual camera setups, the smartphone boasts an array of sensors that are arranged in a square – some might argue that the device resembles Huawei's Mate 20 Because of this. These cameras sit directly above a large Motorola logo and together they are contained within a large rectangular bump.
Details about the remaining cameras remain unclear at moment, but Motorola could potentially fit the phone with a wide-angle camera and a telephoto alternative. The remaining fourth camera could then be one of three: a depth sensor, and a monochrome sensor, or a Time-of-Flight sensor.
Yes, there is a headphone jack too
Like the Motorola One Vision Plus (or whatever it's called), which has already leaked, this Motorola device sports a large 6.2-inch display. There are, however, some very important changes
At first glance, the most noticeable difference is the lack of a cutout in the top-left corner. On the One Vision devices, Motorola uses this to house the selfie camera but on this particular smartphone, the Lenovo-owned brand has reverted back to the trusty U-shaped notch. This is paired with thin side panels, slightly thicker above the display, and a larger chin below which is home to the Motorola branding.
Another key difference that can not be as noticeable in rendering is the different aspect ratio. The upcoming Motorola One device sports extra-tall 21: 9 displays, but this smartphone seems to boast a much more traditional 19: 9 panel. This results in a device that is slightly wider but much shorter (158.7 x 75 x 8.8mm)
Elsewhere, users can expect a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack along the bottom. Up top sits a SIM card tray and a speaker, while on the right side of the frame is a volume rocker and a power button. This unknown Motorola smartphone will probably be announced sometime later this quarter alongside the other devices of the brand – it's currently working on the Two One Vision devices mentioned above in addition to the Moto Z4 and Moto Z4 Play