Moto X4 Review : Android One champions the midrange for Project Fi

The Android One Moto X4 bears Google’s flag in a release that spans several companies. One version of this device is set to be released unlocked through Motorola, while another was announced to come from Amazon as a Prime Exclusive (with Amazon ads on its lock screen). The version we have runs Android One software and is coming as an exclusive to Google’s Project Fi.


The hardware you’re getting with this smartphone is much the same as any other Moto X4, which means you’re getting a display that’s 5.2-inches large with 1080p resolution. That’s 1080 x 1920 pixels and 424 pixels per inch (PPI). This device’s display works with LTPS IPS LCD technology and is protected by a pane of Gorilla Glass.

The body is a set of two 3D contoured panes of glass, with a lovely anodized aluminum ring around the edges. While the fingerprint reader could appear more elegant, and the back-facing camera array looks bonkers, the look and feel of this device is well above its predecessors.

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