Moto Launches Z4 in US & Canada for $500. Has 48MP Camera & 5G Support!

    Motorola is one of those companies who’s trying to gain their lost legacy. The company was an iconic OEM once and gradually eroded against Chinese players. Later it was remodeled by Google and sold to Lenovo, its current owner. Since then, it’s creating its own unique models that aren’t bad and moderately competent in the market. In that pursuit, the company has today announced its latest handset – Moto Z4.

    Moto Launches Z4 in US & Canada for $500. Has 48MP Camera & 5G Support!

    Moto Z4
    Moto Z4

    Moto Z4 is embedded with adequate features and priced average. It has a 6.4″ (1080×2340) OLED display with drop notch housing the front camera and is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. The phone is built greatly and is splash and dust resistant.

    The hardware will be managed by Snapdragon’s 675 SoC and Adreno’s 612 GPU. It’s currently produced in only one storage variant of 4GB RAM and 128GB ROM and there’s a scope for adding storage up to 1TB (but uses second SIM slot). The camera capabilities are simple and great. It has a single rear camera of 48MP (f/1.7) SonyIMX sensor and a 25MP (f/2.0) camera in the front.

    The back panel is lavish and has a camera, flash, logo, and the charging connector.

    Even though the phone’s 4G by default, there’s a 5G mod embedded to support the future connectivity. Moto Z4 also comes with a battery mod to be attached to add up battery strength.

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    The software shall run on Android 9 Pie with no bloatware. It has all the required connectivities like Bluetooth 5, NFC, GPS and USB 3.1 (Type-C).

    Price and Availability:

    The only variant of 4GB + 128GB is priced at $500 (Rs.34,850) and will be available for US and Canada markets for now. There’s no update about other markets yet.

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