Buy the Android One Moto X4 from Project Fi, get $100 back in a one month bill credit

From now through November 30th, buy the Android One version of the Motorola X4 from Google’s hybrid carrier Project Fi, and you’ll receive a bill credit for $100. To qualify, the Moto X4 must stay on the network for at least 30-days. With Project Fi, users connect to Wi-Fi hotspots until they are out of range. When that happens, they connect to a cellular network run by Sprint, T-Mobile, or U.S. Cellular.

The Android One Moto X4 is priced at $399 or $19.44 a month over 24 months. The handset is equipped with a 5.2-inch LCD display with a 1080 x 1920 resolution. The phone is powered by a …


Amazon Prime's version of the Moto X4 is now priced at $300 (UPDATE)

Last month, Amazon Prime launched the Moto X4 for $329.99. Because Amazon Prime runs Amazon ads and deals on the phone’s lock screen, users get to save $70 off the usual $399.99 price of the handset. And now, in time for the holidays, Amazon has sliced another $30 off the device to $299.99. That is an even $100 cheaper than the regular price of the Moto X4. The handset is compatible with all four major carriers and their pre-paid units as well.

The Moto X4 features a 5.2-inch LCD screen carrying a 1080 x 1920 FHD resolution. The device is powered by a Snapdragon 630 chipset, which features …

Android One Moto X4 shipments delayed for at least one week

Google and Motorola introduced the Android One Moto X4 in the United States last month and said the smartphone should start shipping this week.

Unfortunately, those who placed Moto X4 pre-orders from Project Fi have received emails that inform them their smartphones will be shipped later than expected. Google now claims that due to a “production delay,” Moto X4 pre-orders will ship between October 18 and October 25.

Also, if you’ve signed up for the trade-in program, you will still have a full 30 days to send your old smartphone as soon as you receive the …

Android One Moto X4 launches on Project Fi, will be updated to Android P

Google today announced that it’s bringing Android One to the
US
– just as recently rumored. The very first Android One smartphone to be
released stateside is made by Motorola, and it’s none other than the Moto X4 (first
revealed at the end of August). The handset will be available on Project Fi, Google’s own
wireless service that relies on both Wi-Fi and LTE (thanks to partnerships with
T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular).

 

The “Android One Moto X4”, as Google is calling
it, is different from the handset that Motorola will be selling only when it
comes to software, as it’s got Android …

Unlocked Moto X4 will eventually come to the US, but with Motorola software inside


Unsurprisingly, Motorola and Google introduced the Moto X4 in the United States a few days ago, as the first Android One smartphone to make it in this part of the world. On top of that, the device is coming to Project Fi, which will allow customers to trade in select Nexus phones and receive discounts of up to $165 when they purchase the Android One Moto X4.

Otherwise, the Moto X4 is available for pre-order in the United States for $399. Google also announced that customers who trade in their phones by October 5 will be given $50 Fi credit.

Now, all those offers are quite nice if …

Moto X4 specs comparison versus Nokia 6 and the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017): Viable mid-rangers

Just yesterday at the penultimate day leading to IFA 2017, Lenovo officially unveiled its newest mid-ranger, the Moto X4, and boy, is it a noteworthy one!
Packing a power-efficient Snapdragon 630 chipset running at 2.2GHz and a 5.2-inch 1080p display up front, the new performer is powered by a 3,000mAh battery that will certainly keep the lights on for a long time. With a dual camera setup at the rear, pairing one 12MP and another 8MP shooter for shallow depth of field emulation, as well as a 16MP selfie camera, either 3 or 4GB of RAM with 32/64GB of storage, …

Motorola Moto X4 size comparison versus the competition

So, there’s a new noteworthy mid-ranger on th block, and it’s the Moto X4.

With a rather good hardware set under the hood, the X4 is no longer a high-end profile handset but a rather well-equipped mid-ranger that promises excellent battery life. You can read more about the handset here.
Now, let’s turn our attention to the overall size and dimensions of the Moto X4. Standing at 5.84 x 2.89 x 0.31 inches (148.35 x 73.5 x 7.99 mm) and weighing at 5.75 oz (163 g), and having a screen-to-body ratio of 68.46%, the Moto X4 is not exactly a sleek handset, …

Moto X4 hands-on: Now a mid-ranger beauty

A funny thing seemed to occur when Lenovo started calling the shots with Motorola. The beloved Moto X line slowly began to scale back, and in the last couple of years, another line supplanted it in being the flagship line in Moto’s portfolio – that was the Moto Z. Now, after a couple of years of being dormant, it looks as though that we’re finally getting a proper successor to the last one in the series; the Moto X4.

Lenovo-Motorola made a special surprise during its IFA 2017 press conference, officially announcing the phone. What’s shocking, though, is the …

The Moto X4 is official: dual-camera mid-ranger beauty

The Moto X4, Moto’s latest mid-ranger, is now official!

Sporting a 5.2-inch 1080p display, the Moto X4 is an upper-mid-range handset powered by a Snapdragon 630 processor, clocked at 2.2GHz, and backed by a 3000 mAh battery with Turbo Charging. Other highlight features include IP68 rating for dust- and water-resistance, a dual-camera system that pairs together a 12 MP and an 8MP shooter, capable of delivering the oh-so trendy shallow depth of field simulation, affectionately referred to by many as “bokeh”, and a 16MP camera with a low-light adaptive mode.

In …

Motorola Moto X4

Sporting a 5.2-inch 1080p display, the Moto X4 is an upper-mid-range handset powered by a Snapdragon 630 processor, clocked at 2.2GHz, and backed by a 3000 mAh battery with Turbo Charging. Other highlight features include IP68 rating for dust- and water-resistance, a dual-camera system that pairs together a 12 MP and an 8MP shooter, capable of delivering the oh-so trendy shallow depth of field simulation, affectionately referred to by many as “bokeh”, and a 16MP camera with a low-light adaptive mode.