The Moto G4’s existence has now been confirmed with the moniker present in Geekbench, but the rumored Moto G4 Plus has yet to appear. We’ve had little in the way of evidence, just rumors. If you’ve been reading up on tech news for the last few years, you’ll know that lots of things are “rumored” that never materialize – so something more than just a rumor is required to substantiate a claim.
Well, Moto G4 fans are finally getting something in the way of a confirmation, if the latest FCC documents are any indication of what is to come. The latest shows two Motorola devices soon to arrive in the US market, one with model number XT1622 and XT1642. These model numbers are close in proximity to last year’s Moto G3 with model number XT-1540 (unlocked US model) to XT-1550 (Asia and Australia models).
Now, we have little evidence in the way of proof, but the Moto G4 appearance at Geekbench (with the moniker attached, by the way) only adds to our confidence that these two Motorola smartphones can be none other than the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus.
The Moto G4 is expected to feature 3GB of RAM, an octa-core, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, but the other specs and features are still in mystery at the moment. Motorola is soon to announce these two handsets in New Delhi, India, on tomorrow, May 17th, so we’ll find out tomorrow what the specs and features are.