The fourth generation of the Moto G, Motorola’s low-cost all-star handset, has apparently popped up in both a leaked video and computer render. The hands-on video appeared on YouTube earlier this week, and although the original clip is now private, mirrors have been uploaded. It shows a rather anonymous-looking device with an oval-shaped camera enclosure and curved sides. (So, pretty much like every other Android smartphone on the market.) However, when placed alongside what looks to be a Moto X, the unknown device is notably larger, suggesting a bump from last year’s 5-inch display.
Confusingly, though, the device doesn’t have a square-shaped home button — a feature that has been prominent in previous leaks of the new Moto G and that is said to hide a fingerprint sensor. It’s been suggested, though, that this feature might only be available on a separate, “Plus” version of the Moto G. Serial leaker Evan Blass tweeted that the video did not show the Plus after uploading a render of the device.