Seems like to target the smartphone fans who want to go beyond the mid-range smartphones, Motorola unveiled Moto X4 at IFA 2017. The emphasis is on style and camera quality.The new Moto X4 model updates the Moto X design identity to better align with newer Motorola phones like the Moto Z2 series. The Moto X4 definitely grabs attention with its looks. It’s available in Super Black and Sterling Blue.
The frame of the Moto X4 is a matte aluminum. It’s 7.99mm thick (or 9.45mm including the camera bump), and weighs 163g. The most noteworthy feature of Moto X4 is it gives you the ability to customize your phone according to your taste.
The spotlight feature of earlier Moto X phones.Furthermore, Moto X4 features a new dual-lens rear camera that adds a range of features that have never been seen before on a Motorola phone.
Dual rear Camera System
While dual cameras are housed in a large raised circle on the rear. One of these cameras has a 12MP dual autofocus pixel sensor and f2.0 aperture. The other has an 8MP sensor and ultra-wide angle with a 120-degree field of view and f2.2 aperture. It has a dual LED flash with Color Correlated Temperature(CCT). The front camera has a 16-megapixel sensor and f2.0 aperture.
In addition to the “bokeh” background blurring effect, we’ve seen on dual-camera phones from Apple and Samsung. The Moto X4 adds things like selective focus, selective background replacement, and more. Other cool camera features unrelated to the dual-lens setup include Landmark detection. Which will ask you if you want to learn more about landmarks when they’re detected in the frame.
Moto X4 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 2.2 GHz octa-core processor, a 5.2-inch FHD display. 3GB-4GB of RAM depending on the region, 32GB or 64GB of storage, microSD XC support. It also has IP68 dust- and water-resistance. And a 3,000 mAh battery with Motorola’s TurboPower fast-charging. The other big feature that Moto highlighted is that this phone can connect to four Bluetooth audio devices simultaneously.
There are also a few added conveniences such as the ability to take a screenshot by tapping the screen with three fingers rather than fiddling with the side buttons.
Lenovo will launch this phone in Europe first, priced at EUR 399 (roughly Rs. 30,000). There’s no word yet on when it will come to India, but we can expect it before the end of this year.
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