Unlocked Motorola Moto X4 Is Headed To The US


Motorola has always been synonymous with high-quality and affordable smartphones. It also features Dolby Atmos for better audio experience.

Google announced a new Android One smartphone for customers of its USA mobile service Project Fi.

This is reflected in the price of the Moto X4, which at United States dollars 399 is well above previous devices in the range.

Thoughts about Moto X4 joining Project Fi? It is powered by 1.3 GHz Quad-core MediaTek MT6737 processor combined with 3GBRAM, 32GB of internal memory which can be extended upto 128GB via microSD card.

Motorola has signed on with Amazon to include the Alexa virtual assistant in the Moto X4.

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The Moto X4 seems like a repackaged Xiaomi Mi A1, albeit limited for the U.S. market.

Motorola's special edition Moto G5, also known as the Moto G5S Plus, arrives in the USA on September 29 for $229.99. The Moto X4 is running on a standard Nougat version, complete with all of Google's services including Chrome, YouTube and Google Play.

The smartphone will work with Google's Project Fi and it will available for pre-orders starting from today at $399.

The Android One Moto X4 will retail for $399 (approximately Rs 25,000) in the USA market. Up front is an 8-megapixel camera instead of a 5-megapixel camera, and on the back there's two cameras instead of one. It comprises a 12-megapixel double self-adjust sensor with f/2.0 opening and 1.4-micron pixels; and another 8-megapixel expansive edge sensor with a 120-degree field of view, f/2.2 gap, and 1.12-micron pixels. The Moto E4 Plus packs a massive 5000 mAh battery with reverse charging capability, however, due to hardware incompatibility, the device doesn't support fast charging (takes more than 3 hours to completely charge). What do you think about the Moto E4 Plus, do you like the new colour shade? It has a traditional flat display and large bezels all around.

Oddly enough, Google has also confirmed that it's on track to get Android P, as The Verge reports. According to Motorola, the Moto X4 can accommodate cards with up to 2TB of storage. Motorola says that the Moto G5S Plus has a "water-repellant" coating, don't confuse it with water resistance.