Lenovo-owned Motorola is launching the 4th gen of its Moto Z line, the Moto Z4. The company’s newest Moto Z phone comes with some sweet upgrades across the board.
With 5G being the highlight of most Android phones this year, Motorola is obviously talking a lot about the Moto Z’s 5G module that allows users to enjoy 5G on their phone through the 5G moto mod. The device is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 625 processor (yes, that’s an old processor) clocked at 2GHz. For the display, you are getting a 6.4-inch OLED display with an edge-to-edge design and a tear-drop notch offering the highest ever screen-to-body ration on a Motorola phone.
Motorola is also making a big deal out of the cameras on the device, which includes a 48MP rear camera that uses a new Quad Pixel tech that allows the camera to take high-quality 12MP images with 4x better light sensitivity. There’s also a Night Vision mode that can take better pictures at night.
For the battery, you are getting a 3600mAh battery that will apparently provide 2 days of battery life, with support for fast-charging via Motorola’s TurboPower tech.
Motorola says the new Moto Z4 will be available at Verizon next month, starting at $499.99. It will be available in Canada later this Summer.
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<blockquote><em><a href="#431645">In reply to ghostrider:</a></em></blockquote><p>From the Moto blog:</p><p>"<em>Powered by Qualcomm’s® new Snapdragon™ 675 2GHz octa-core processor, the </em><strong><em>moto z</em></strong><sup><strong><em>4</em></strong></sup><em> is powerful yet efficient</em> […]"</p><p><br></p><p>Too bad, that the Moto mods did not prove popular sufficiently. </p><p>Especially in times of (sealed) batteries depleting after 1+ yrs, the life span of any Moto Z model with a Power Pack mod is vastly increased.</p>