This is the Moto X4 — Exclusive

This is the Moto X4 — Exclusive”

A funny thing seemed to occur when Lenovo started calling the shots with Motorola. The Moto X4 is a mid-range smartphone that basically aimed at mainstream smartphone buyers in developing markets.

The Moto X4 just launched at IFA 2017 in Berlin but it won't be on sale until some point in September. This isn't the first time that Alexa has made its way onto a smartphone, the Huawei Mate 9 was the first smartphone to feature the voice assistant.

During the Moto Z Force (2nd Gen) announcement, Motorola said it would be bringing two new Moto Mods to Europe as well: the Moto 360 Camera and the Moto Gamepad. It doesn't have the dynamic range I crave on a smartphone camera, but it does turn up the saturation quite a bit.

The newcomer is available in Sterling Blue and Super Black. It also comes with a front-mounted fingerprint scanner and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. After all, there's no need to pair additional devices to the phone. Impressively, its saturated color tones and wide-angle clarity calls for attention.

The power button and volume rocker (split into separate buttons are on the right) and a hybrid dual SIM card slot (nano only) is on the left.

The Moto X4 is expected to carry an online MSRP of $349.99 (roughly Rs. 22,400) and $399.99 (roughly Rs. 25,600), suggesting that there are going to be two variants of Moto X4. Other features like Landmark/Object recognition weren't ready to demo yet.

Are you planning to buy a new Motorola handset in the mid-range category? Partnering with Tempow, the "Dolby Labs of Bluetooth", the Moto X4 employs Tempow's new Audio Bluetooth technology profile to stream audio simultaneously to multiple Bluetooth speakers. You can access it even when the phone is locked. Inside, there's Qualcomm's Snapdragon 630 processor. The device packs a 16-megapixel front camera with f/2.0 lens and dual LED flash. Motorola claims the setup will improve overall photo quality and the camera's performance in low-light conditions. Furthermore, the device won't come with wireless charging support as rumoured.

Specifically looking at the cameras, Moto X4 uses a 12-megapixel (f2.0, 1.4um) sensor with an 8-megapixel (f2.2, 1.12um) wide-angle sensor at the rear.

Moto X4 runs on Android Nougat and comes with Amazon's Alexa assistant. Yes, that means you can drop it and the screen won't crack, ever.

But a Mod that could appeal to all has a number in its name.

Whether we'll hear more about the Moto X4 on a substantive level before it launches remains to be seen, but at least now you've got a good visual sense of what Motorola will be announcing today.

Lets also not forget that the Moto X4 is IP68 certified. However, you're paying for that difference with its price.

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