Lenovo introduced the Moto X4 at a special event at IFA in Berlin. It’s an mid-ranger with a 5.2″ 1080p IPS display with Gorilla Glass on top.
It is powered by the Snapdragon 630 chipset (8x Cortex-A53, Adreno 508), has 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. It is powered by 3,000 mAh battery capable of 15W fast charging. Moto X4 comes with dual camera setup 12MP sensor with 1.4um pixels, f/2.0 lens, Dual Pixel autofocus and 8MP 120° ultra-wide angle behind f/2.2 lens, with 1.12um big pixels with dual LED flash. 16MP selfie camera with LED flash.
It supports LTE Cat.13 (Download 600Mbps and Upload 150Mbps), Bluetooth 5.0, Fingerprint scanner below the display, USB Type C port. Moto X4 runs on Android Nougat out of the Box (Upgradable to Oreo) and comes with Amazon’s Alexa assistant.
Additional features include a dual-glass sandwich design for the Moto X4 and the phone has IP68 rating (meaning water-proof).
There is a special 4MP adaptive low-light mode on selfie camera, which supposedly combines pixels to get more information but lowers the resolution.
Europe is among the first to get it this September starting at €399.