Motorola is expected to unveil the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus later this month on May 17, and it looks like the company is already teasing its new phones online. A series of tweets from the official Moto India account offer a few more details on the upcoming smartphones.
The ads focus on common issues with current smartphones, hinting that the new Moto lineup could offer a solution. Some of the jokes get a little lost in translation, but they’re still funny.
— Moto India (@Moto_IND) May 2, 2016
The teaser above promises a better camera. Other recent Moto India tweets hint at better privacy features and longer battery life. A fourth post complains about a mobile game crashing, suggesting the Moto G4 could get a faster processor to handle more complex apps.
The new Moto G is also expected to pack a fingerprint reader, though that feature may be limited to the higher-end Moto G4 Plus. Other rumored improvements include a redesigned rear camera and a 5.5-inch display.
We’re also counting on a new Moto X (2016) to arrive sometime this summer, but it’s unclear if the flagship phone will make an appearance at this upcoming event. The Moto G4 has been doing most of the leaking over the past few weeks, and we’re expecting it to take center stage on May 17 in India.