The last few weeks have seen Lenovo’s forthcoming Moto G4 leak multiple times, with the main source being VentureBeat editor Evan Blass. The first news he tweeted regarding the phone was a blueprint crop of the Moto G4 Plus that showed a fingerprint sensor. Subsequent pictures of the phone that surfaced on Chinese social networks confirmed this feature. But then a video came out showing the Moto G4 sans fingerprint sensor.
People took to Evan Blass’s Twitter account @evleaks for answers, and yesterday he provided them. First he tweeted a promotional picture of the Moto G4 Plus with the accompanying text, “Agreed,” which is likely in reference to a tweet that a follower sent him asking if the final design would be the same as a leak that surfaced earlier in the month titled “Moto Infinity.”
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 19, 2016
When a Twitter user asked Blass about the video, he said, “Not the Plus.” It’s likely then Motorola will launch two G4s. The larger Plus model will feature a fingerprint scanner, while its smaller sibling will not.
Hints from Lenovo CEO Yunaqing Yang have led many to believe the G4 will launch in July, but if the leaks keep up at this pace, Moto fans won’t have to wait to see more of the phone in the interim.