Motorola has unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the Moto Z4. The same as its predecessor the Z3, the phone can be turned into a 5G device with a clip-on 5G modem mod. The device also comes with an improved camera and battery life, in-display fingerprint reader and bigger screen. It will launch first in the US, for USD 500.
Powered by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 675 2GHz octa-core processor, the Moto Z4 comes with a 6.4-inch Max Vision OLED display with Moto’s highest screen-to-body ratio and Full HD+ resolution. It includes a 3,600 mAh battery, Moto’s biggest to date on a Z model, with Turbo Power fast charging, as well as 4 GB RAM, 128 GB storage and Android 9.
Equipped with its largest-ever 48 MP rear camera sensor, the Moto Z4 uses new Quad Pixel technology to capture high quality 12 MP images and promises 4x better light sensitivity, plus optical image stabilization and guidance from artificial intelligence features. It also comes with a new Night Vision mode for low-light images. The 25 MP front camera comes with the option to switch to 1.8µm Quad Pixel mode for brilliant photos in any lighting as well portrait mode for an artistic blur effect in the background, a wide angle group selfie mode, and control touch-ups with AI-based beautification.
For a limited time, Verizon customers can get the Moto Z4 at USD 240 with a new line activation, or USD 10 per month for 24 months. With the upgrade of an existing line, Verizon offers up to USD 200 off the phone. The device will also be available unlocked at Best Buy, B&H Photo and Amazon.com starting 06 June bundled with the Moto 360 camera mod for USD 499.99. The 5G mod is also available at the reduced price of USD 199.99 for Verizon customers for a limited time, and Verizon’s 5G service is included at no additional charge for the Moto Z4 on Above Unlimited and Beyond Unlimited plans.
The phone will also launch in Canada later this summer.