Rumoured Moto Z4 to Come With Snapdragon 8150 & 5G Moto Mods

For quite some time now, the rumour mills have been stating that Motorola is working on its new flagship smartphone for 2018. This smartphone has been codenamed, Motorola Odin. However, recent leaks reveal that this smartphone could be the successor to Moto Z3 and called the Motorola Moto Z4. The Moto Z3 smartphone failed to make an impact and make a lot of sales.

With its upcoming smartphone, Lenovo-owned Motorola is trying to incorporate all the latest features and specifications. According to the latest report that has leaked online, the alleged Moto Z4 will be powered by the upcoming Snapdragon 8150. The Snapdragon 8150 is the successor to the Snapdragon 845 processor.

Rumoured Moto Z4 to Come With Snapdragon 8150 & 5G Moto Mod

Moto Z4: Rumoured Specifications

Other specifications on the smartphone will include 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Additionally, the upcoming Motorola smartphone will run on the latest Android 9 Pie OS. Furthermore, another new feature that will be seen on the Moto Z4 smartphone is the support for 5G Moto Mods. The Moto Mods will be powered by Snapdragon X50 for 5G connectivity.

Apart from that, this Android smartphone is most likely to also feature support for an in-display fingerprint scanner. However, there is no still confirmation if the smartphone will support the in-display fingerprint scanner feature.

Rumoured Moto Z4 to Come With Snapdragon 8150 & 5G Moto Mod

In all, 2018 has been a slow year for Motorola. Its previously launched Moto Z3 smartphone launched with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. Compared to all the other latest smartphones in the market running on Snapdragon 845, the Snapdragon 835 is an out-dated processor.

On the other hand, for Motorola Odin, the company is doing its best to incorporate all the latest and powerful specifications. As of now, it is not known when this smartphone will make its debut. But, it is safe to say that the launch will not happen anytime during this year.


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