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The Moto X4 is Now Available at Republic Wireless for Only $349

Moto X4 Republic Wireless
The Moto X4 is one of the hottest new phones available in the market. Despite it having some remarkable specs, the device comes with a mid-tier price.

For starters, the device has a 5.2-inch FHD display with a resolution of 1080x1920 and protection by Corning Gorilla Glass. It is powered by a 2.2 GHz Octa Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor with 3GB of RAM and the Adreno 508 GPU. Internal storage is 32GB with a microSD card slot for expandable storage.

To take pictures with the phone, Motorola has packed this device with a dual-camera configuration on the back with a 12-megapixel main sensor and 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle lens. In front, there is a dual autofocus pixel sensor with a 16-megapixel camera. Video recording is at 4K resolution.

The device comes with IP68 water resistance certification. There is an included fingerprint reader, magnetometer, proximity sensor, and ambient light. As for its battery, the Moto X4 comes wtih a 3,000 mAh rechargeable Li-Ion battery.

Upon release, the Moto X4 runs on Android 7.1 Nougat OS. It is available in Super Black or Sterling Blue color options.

What's really neat with this phone is that it already comes with Alexa voice assistant.

If you're interested in getting this phone, you can head over to Republic Wireless, where the device is available at a reduced price of only $349. Others sell the Moxo X4 for $399, which means you get to save on the cost of a new phone.

You can then pair this device with one of the plans offered by Republic Wireless. These plan options include the following choices:


  • Clear Choice Talk & Text ($15 per month) - Comes with unlimited talk and text
  • Clear Choice 1GB ($20 per month) - Comes with unlimited talk, text and 1GB cell data
  • Clear Choice 2GB ($30 per month) - Comes with unlimited talk, text and 2GB cell data
  • Clear Choice 4GB ($45 per month) - Comes with unlimited talk, text and 4GB cell data
  • Clear Choice 6GB
  • Clear Choice 10GB
Take note though that these plans still do not include taxes and fees so make sure to check with your provider. 


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  1. "3GB of RAM"
    "only $349"

    Let's be honest, we all knew this would flop.

    It's Lenovo's trial balloon for transitioning to more expensive mid-range devives, something nobody actually wants.

    What's worse, it was stupidly released right after their cheaper yet better G5S Plus.

    They basically destroyed their own phone's potential market and sabotaged their own product, all for reasons we can only begin to imagine, and seemingly for the explicit purpose of ensuring their G series' future.

    Nothing short of a full $150 price cut can save the X4.

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    1. 3 GB of RAM is plenty and you (Anonymous)are getting boring. My 2013 Moto X runs apps perfectly on only 2 GB of RAM.

      Nice positive article, Christine.

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    2. Nothing boring about "Anonymous" at all!

      Moto X 2013 = 72.1% Screen/Body Ratio
      Moto X 2017 = 68.4% SCREEN/BODY RATIO ?????? (in 2017?)???

      Yup! I'd say "Moto by Lenovo" is gettin' pretty boring.
      I'm glad to hear people still enjoy the beautiful 2013 Moto X as it was awesome (in 2013-2014). As a ripped off Moto X 2015 former user, I just say enjoy your Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 / Lollipop 5.1 phone as long as you can. It was a great phone.

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    3. "3 GB of RAM is plenty and you (Anonymous)are getting boring. My 2013 Moto X runs apps perfectly on only 2 GB of RAM."


      Sorry, 2GB is too much of a compromise.

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    4. People will often mindlessly chase numerical specifications. They want more and more without any purpose. The dumbest one is camera pixels, in which case more pixels equates to worse image quality in dark conditions. This is why the very best phone cameras (e.g. Google Pixel) have decreased the pixel count.

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    5. Not dumb at all.. I hate the low Rez 12 megapixels photos that are noticably much less sharp then 20 megspixel photos. There is a great purpose to have better photos.

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    6. Again, the mindless pursuit of a bigger number. A knowledgeable cell phone photographer knows that dark lighting performance trumps any pixel count that is far above what a monitor can display. Don't even start about large prints as you would be using a real camera (not a cell phone) if that were the case.

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    7. Not mindless at all. If you think low rez is as good as hi rez, you are arguing pure nonsense.

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  2. I would rather get a new Moto X2 White/Bamboo on Amazon for $120. It's faster and has a really nice build. A real Motorola design, not Lenovo cost-cutter.

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  3. Please stop putting "Only $X" in titles of articles. This makes them sound like advertising hype.

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    1. Agreed. A helpful suggestion.. it would increase the journalistic quality of the posts.

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    2. Sponsored content isn't about journalistic integrity.

      Fortunately it falls flat, since most prepaid subscribers are savvy enough to spot a bad deal.

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  4. Available at Best Buy as an unlocked for only $399.

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    1. Might as well get the Galaxy S8 for only $700, or the iPhone X for only $1000.

      It's only a few hundred dollars after all, and Daddy's already paid off your luxury beach house.

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