For the most part, the spring season filled with new phone releases is over, but with carriers all over the world working on totally different schedules, we’re getting glimpses of even more new devices.
Though Samsung, LG, HTC and many other manufacturers have shown off new devices in the last few months, it’s been some time since we’ve seen a new Moto phone.
After a wash of leaks of a new Moto G4 and G4 Plus last month, Lenovo announced the new device would be making its debut on June 9th, but any information beyond this announcement date has been hard to come by. However, another leak at the end of this week features a components sheet listing the hardware expected to appear in Motorola’s new devices.
Moto G 4th Gen / G Plus Codename "Athene" tidbits: 2/16 AND 3/32GB. 13 or 16MP, Laser AF, NFC. seems "Made in India" pic.twitter.com/YuhzDRFl1F
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) May 5, 2016
The parts listed include RAM in 2GB and 3GB variants, flash chips in 16GB and 32GB capacities, 13 megapixel and 16 megapixel camera modules with laser autofocus, and NFC chips. The parts are mostly coming from China, but it appears the devices will be assembled in India.
Aside from that, the appearance of the device has already been leaked, as well as the fact that the Moto G4 Plus will feature a fingerprint sensor, so come June 9th there may not be anything left to surprise us with.