Motorola and Google are reportedly working to launch the first Moto phone with Android one. Evan Blass, a famous tipster exposed an image of the newly announced Moto X4 with Android One branding. Moto X4 was launched at the IFA event 2017 in Berlin with dual camera set-up, Amazon Alexa and lot others characteristics. The new Moto X4 with Android One is said to be similar to the original Moto X4 in terms of specs and design, apart from the fact that the new phone will proffer a pure Android experience. The price of the new Moto X4 will be different.
During the phone launch, Google’s Global Director of Android partners programs, Jon Gold, confirmed that Android One will expand across many phone manufacturers. Android One, for the initiated, is Google’s way of bringing the latest version of Android to budget smartphones. But soon, Google will pivot Android One to also include devices belonging to different price brackets.
Moto X4 will be the first phone influenced by Google’s Android One program. According to the report, it informs the device that will hit the US influenced by Android One is expected to launch later this year. The report further hints that the device will come with a price tag within a range $200 – $300, which roughly translates to Rs 12,700 – Rs 19,000. Initially, Moto X4 bridges the gap between the premium and the budget phones. The smartphone is an upper-tier mid-range and will retail at 399 Euros (Rs 30,000) approx.
Moto X4 phone Features
If it comes with the identical specs, then its users will have a 5.2-inch 1080p display.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor.
3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of onboard storage.
Dual 12-megapixel cameras along with a 16-megapixel selfie shooter.
It even comes with fingerprints sensor and
has a more-than-decent 3,000 mAh battery life.
Moto X4 price details
The Moto X4 retails in Europe for €399, around $480. While it remains uncertain what changes will be made, it’s perhaps more logical to expect for Google and Motorola not to “dumb down” the device and replace its current specs with weaker internals just to lower the price. The Android One program is still pretty vague, but it’s certainly starting to enhance its reputation so as not to be pigeonholed into one price bracket only.
Google Paired with Lenovo to launch the next Android One Phone
The next Android One partner will reportedly be Lenovo via the Motorola brand, which it owns. Evan Blass has exposed a photo of this alleged device, showing a Moto X4 with the Android One logo printed on the phone’s back panel.