The Moto X4 will reportedly follow the now-typical Moto X tradition, clubbing mid-range-ish specifications with an affordable price tag yet still managing to deliver strong performance. We can also expect the availability of Moto E4 Plus soon.
More news on the Moto X4 and possible Google Fi support closer to launch. The design of both Moto Z2 Force and Moto Z2 Play are quite similar except for the carrier branding, rear camera setup and the metal design on the back of the device.
Motorola recently unveiled its new line-up of Moto Mods at an event in Ghana. Here again, the Moto E4 launched in the U.S. supports fast battery charging but the variant that was unboxed by Mahesh Telecom did not have support for the same.
Also from Marshall, the Moto Studio Mod is a high-quality microphone presumably for recording hi-fi music or voice. The video states that the E4 Plus will succeed the Moto E3 Power. Manufacturers made all the Moto Mods and Moto Z available to the users, and it may be a surprise if they did not release the latest 360-degree camera. As for the processor, it seems it will be clocked at 2.1GHz and there will be two models: MediaTek MT6755 (Helio P10) or MediaTek MT6755T (Helio P15).
Apart from this, we have a couple of more leaks suggesting that the Moto M2 would be powered by a MediaTek Helio P20 processor and would be running on a latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat Operating System. It also has 5 MP fixed focus front camera with LED flash, f/2.2 aperture, 1.4 um pixel size and 74° lens.