The Moto X4 was unveiled by Lenovo owned Motorola nearly two weeks ago, but a newly leaked photo shows a different variant of the upper mid-range smartphone, and it has nothing to do with Project Fi.
The Motorola Moto X4 is finally here after seeing the name of the upcoming smartphone appear some weeks before specs and features about the phone made their way onto the web. Lenovo unveiled the Moto X4 during its press event today in Berlin at IFA 2017 alongside other new tech. The handset is part of the once-famed Moto X series that some believed would disappear because of the premium, quasi-modular Moto Z line. Motorola said at the arrival of the Moto Z series [Read More]
Lenovo’s Moto Z2 Force has made its way to markets, but the rumored Moto X4 has yet to appear.
Watch Motorola’s NYC event online right here starting at 11:00am EST on July 25. The Lenovo-owned brand is holding a press conference, and we’re expecting a bevy of new and interesting stuff that may include one or two flagship grade smartphones, Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Force. Also rumored is a mid-range Moto G5S smartphone, a Project Fi compatible Moto X4 handset and a slew of new and exciting Moto Mod attachments.
Motorola has invited the press to an event that will take place in New York City on July 25. We are expecting the company to announce a number of new products, including the rumored Moto Z2 Force flagship and a possible Moto Z2, to sell alongside the already-announced Moto Z2 Play.
It has been a full week of Motorola rumors and leaks, and we want to know how you’re feeling about all this upcoming Moto gear. A new flagship is on the way, the Moto Z2 Play is still hot, a Moto X4 with Project Fi keeps on leaking, and new Moto Mods continue to show up.
Motorola, owned by Lenovo, just announced the mid-range Moto Z2 Play last month, and yet, the Android OEM is already preparing to bring another smartphone (or two) to market. Motorola has released a press event invite for a July 25 New York City event dubbed #hellomotoworld, a name that includes Motorola’s own “hello Moto” statement for voice commands.
The Lenovo Moto X4 is a rumored mid-range smartphone scheduled to arrive with Project Fi compatibility later this year, an answer to the prayers of many Android tech enthusiasts who are more than tired of waiting for Google to bring non-Google smartphones to the wireless carrier. As usual, when rumors like this turn up, photo leaks aren’t ever too far behind.