Amazon recently listed the Motorola Z4 before launch. Now the Lenovo-owned company has officially announced the Moto Z4. The latest device is a mid-range smartphone and the successor to last year’s Moto Z3. Let’s take a look at what the device offers out of the box:
On the display front, the Moto Z4 boasts of a 6.4-inch OLED screen bearing 1080p resolution. The display is almost bezel-less with a small waterdrop notch on the top. It is coated with a Gorilla Glass 3 and has a blue light safety certification. The device features an in-display fingerprint scanner instead of a traditional rear-mounted fingerprint scanner embedded in the Moto logo. The Moto Z4 also retains the traditional circular rear camera design instead of the vertical camera seen on recent Moto devices.
On the optics front, the Moto Z4 sports a 48MP rear camera which is the trend with most smartphones lately. Up front, the device features a 25MP selfie camera. The camera is backed by OIS and features like Night Vision and scene optimisation.
In terms of hardware, the Moto Z4 is powered by a Snapdragon 675 chipset coupled with 4GB RAM. It offers 128GB internal memory with support for microSD card for additional needs. A 3,600mAh battery unit fitted inside keeps the device running. It supports 15W TurboPower charging via USB Type-C. The Moto Z4 runs Android 9 Pie and offers a stock UI experience.
The Moto Z4 is a Verizon-exclusive in the US, and is compatible with the 5G Moto Mod that adds 5G connectivity. The device also brings back the 3.5mm headphone jack that was missing on previous Moto Z models.
Pricing & Availability:
The unlocked version of Moto Z4 has been priced at $499 (~Rs 34,932) and comes with a bundled 360-degree camera mod. It will go on sale starting June 6th via Best Buy, B&H and Amazon. There’s no information regarding India pricing & availability at the moment.