Smartphone makers are attempting to innovate these days by either adding more cameras to their phones, or AI smarts, or entirely new form factors.

Exhibit A: Motorola seems to be working on a device that packs a plethora of cameras, according to a new leak from OnLeaks via CashKaro. Details are light on the ground at this point, but it looks like the phone will offer a 6.2-inch display with a teardrop notch (which appears similar to the new Moto G7), an in-display fingerprint sensor, a USB-C port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

We can also see four different camera lenses. One of the leaks shows a “48MP” label, and because all the cameras look identical, we can assume this multiple camera array packs four 12-megapixel lenses. But none of that is confirmed, and frankly, we can't be sure.

As for the remaining specs, including battery size, cost, release date, and what kind of processor is associated with this device should it ever launch, we have no clue. We've contacted Motorola but might have to wait until Motorola officially announces this thing.

Keep in mind Motorola is also working on a foldable phone of sorts, a remake of the Motorola Razr. You can learn more about that here.