Get ready to say “Hello, Moto” again very, very soon. Much like Blackberry is doing with its new AT&T partnership, Motorola is officially hopping on the nostalgic bandwagon and reviving the Moto X line. The Moto X4 has passed through the FCC, which means it’s the read deal, y’all!

Specs

The Moto X4 is coming fully loaded with a 5.2″ AMOLED touchscreen that boasts a 1080×1920 display. The front is covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 3, and the back shows off another reflective glass panel that helps Motorola give its devices the sleek, impressive look we all love so much.

The phone will also have a dual-camera system with two 12MP lenses on the back and a very awesome (understatement) 16MP selfie camera on the front.

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The smartphone’s insides are made up of a Snapdragon 630 processor, 4GB of RAM, the Adreno 508 GPU, a 3,000 mAh battery, and 64GB of built-in storage that can be expanded via a microSD card.

Motorola’s Timeline

Like any manufacturer, the company couldn’t escape the rumor mill when consumers started talking. Over the past month or so, we’ve heard many different things about what we could expect with the Moto X4, but now we finally have confirmation through the FCC, which essentially sets it in stone.

There’s no word yet on when Motorola will be announcing or launching the Moto X4, but we can probably expect something around the holiday season if we consider the patterns the manufacturer has used in the past. Either way, we’ve waited a few years for another X-line device from the company, so what’s a few more months? Be patient, people!

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