That end of the device doesn’t really reveal much of anything else that’s new or interesting, but the rear of the device does. We can see Lenovo is deciding to keep that iconic M logo fixated on the back, albeit with a less-pronounced dimple than we’re used to on Moto’s devices.
We also see Motorola decided to stick with the slab of glass that acts as a plate for the camera sensor and flash. We’re going to assume the Moto G4 will continue the trend of having interchangeable backplates for customization, but there might not be much need for many assumptions — there seems to be a gap between the camera plate that gives us a heavy whiff of “removable.”
Beyond that, it looks ordinary. It’s supposed to be affordable, so we weren’t expecting anything attractive but a good-looking price tag.
[via Nowhere Else]