It looks like Motorola has a quad-lens phone in the works, but while this is likely to be high-end it’s apparently not an entry in the Moto Z range. Rather, it’s said to be called the Motorola One Pro.
That’s according to CashKaro (opens in new tab), which has leaked renders and details about the handset. The images – which match a leak from back in April – show a phone with a single-lens front camera housed in a teardrop notch, with a slim bezel below the display.
On the back there’s those aforementioned four rear cameras on a raised panel alongside the Motorola logo, while on the bottom edge there’s a 3.5mm headphone port and a USB-C port. The screen is said to be 6.2 inches, while the dimensions are apparently approximately 158.7 x 75 x 9.8mm (including the camera bump).
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Based on the images, it looks like the Motorola One Pro will come in black, gold and purple shades. It’s also worth noting that there’s no sign of a fingerprint scanner, so this might be built into the screen.
There’s no word yet on what chipset this phone might use, so it’s not clear exactly how high-end it will actually be, but it certainly looks more premium than most recent Motorola handsets.
It’s also not clear when the Motorola One Pro will actually land – and as ever we’d take these leaks with a pinch of salt. But we’ll be sure to update you as soon as we learn anything more about it.
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