Motorola is back with its Z-series for one more year. Its design, in fact, is largely borrowed from the very first Moto Z that launched back in 2016. Rather than keep the Moto Z as the brand’s flagship device, Motorola decided to launch the Z4 as a midranger while the Z3 was really a refresh of the Moto Z2.
Back with the Moto Z3, Motorola used a previous gen flagship chipset – the Snapdragon 835 from the Z2. With the Z4, Motorola didn’t even go with a high-end chipset. It decided to go with a mid-range Snapdragon 675 processor instead, which points to a midrange positioning of the device.
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