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Save $70 on the Moto X4 Amazon Prime Exclusive Model

The Motorola Moto X4 is the newest device to be included in Amazon's Prime Exclusive lineup. And rightly so, this smartphone deserves the attention it is receiving as it bridges the gap between affordability and quality.

Now that the Moto X4 will be offered on Amazon's Prime Exclusive collection, the device can be purchased at a significantly lowered price. The catch, however, is that it will be equipped with some Amazon bloatware, just like the other Amazon Prime Exclusive devices. If that doesn't matter to you, you still get to save $70 when you buy the Moto X4 Amazon Prime Exclusive version. Not to mention, it will be available with any U.S. carrier.

So what makes the Moto X4 a highly talked about device?

For starters, it features a 5.2-inch FHD LCD display with a build made from an anodized aluminum frame and 3D contoured glass. There is a Snapdragon 630 processor with 3GB of RAM, 32GB onboard storage, and up to 256GB expandable memory via a microSD card. The phone includes a dual-camera configuration on the rear with a 12-megapixel f/2.0 main camera and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle f/2.2 sensor. The front is also home to a 16-megapixel sensor.

As for battery life, the Moto X4 has a 3,000mAh battery with TurboPower charging. Other notable features include Bluetooth 5.0, USB Type-C, and a fingerprint sensor. The Moto X4 is also the first Motorola device to receive an IP68 water and dust resistance rating. Upon release, the phone runs Android 7.1 Nougat.

If you're interested in getting the Moto X4, you can buy it for $399 from places like B&H, Best Buy, Fry's, Jet.com, Newegg, and Motorola.com. As mentioned, the Amazon Prime Exclusive version will save you $70; which means the phone costs $329. While the phone won't ship until October 26, you can already pre-order the device today starting 10 PM Pacific. You can choose between a black or blue color Moto X4.

Prior to today's news, the Moto X4 was announced as the first Android One phone available on Project Fi.

Source: Droid-Life


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  1. "$399"
    "3GB of RAM"

    Can't wake up...

  2. Rhymes with botox. I'm already numb thinking of it.

    1. Ecksfor doesn't rhyme with Botox.

    2. You just keep telling yourself that, cowboy.

  3. Just got Moto Z2 Force on T-Mobile because I want to try on Moto Mods.

  4. "So what makes the Moto X4 a HIGHLY TALKED ABOUT device?"

    Size: 5.2" (~68.4% SCREEN TO BODY RATIO)
    Resolution: 1080p
    Protection: Corning Glass Gorilla (UNSPECIFIED VERSION)...cough...
    OS: Android 7.1 Nougat...(from 8-months ago...update promised...when?)
    Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 630...(not bad, but I remember paying
    $399 for a MOTO-X-PURE-2015 WITH A SNAPDRAGON "800" SERIES
    Internal: Same 'ol 3-GB RAM

    I'm sorry, but Moto-by-Lenovo screwed up a perfectly good foundation.
    You promised updates on previous X-series...didn't turn out to be too timely.
    Put Moto X4 on TracFone or throw it in the trash!

  5. I just read there is a WiFi vulnerability not patched by Google that affects about half of all Android phones. Should we turn off WiFi when not using it?
    I also read that IBM found a flaw in Chrome browser. Google patched it and published the patch on GitHub before releasing a fix to the public. Should we avoid using Chrome until this is fixed? I hear that Edge is harder to exploit.

  6. Bezos can take this phone and selfish deal and stick it where the sun don't shine.

    1. Which is exactly why he's trying to stick it with America.

  7. There are reviews for this all over.

    I did not read in any of them whether X4 bought outside Google is compatible with ProjectFi?

    If the answer is yes, then the day is coming where off-the-shelf devices coming to ProjectFi?

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