Motorola has officially launched the Moto X4 in India. The smartphone crafted to perfection with a precision-crafted premium glass and metal design, which makes it as beautiful as it is strong. It features a dual rear camera with an advanced an intelligent camera software, an IP68 water and dust resistant design and a first of its kind audio innovation. The device is powered by an Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor and will be available in Sterling Blue and Super Black color variants.
The phone has 4 distinct USPs which are listed below:
1. Whether in swimming pool or rainy weather, in desert or amidst storm, Moto X4 is one that can be used anywhere. Certified with IP68 feature that provides water and dust resistance, Moto X4 fights against the risk of water or dust damage. Comparing to iPhone 8 and HTC U11 that have an ingress rating of IP67, Moto X4 outstand these expensive phones by providing better resistance at a much lower price. Even depth of 1.5 meters of water cannot harm this phone for up to 30 minutes.
2. Moto X4 can help you party without worrying about loudspeakers. Motorola ‘magic’ that has Bluetooth 5.0 can help you pair your Moto X4 phone with four different Bluetooth devices or headphones, streaming the same song at the same time in all of them.
3. The dual cameras feature is quite common these days but Moto X4 is out with a unique setup of its cameras. The regular 12MP sensor with an aperture of f/2.0 with a secondary 8MP sensor with an aperture of f/2.2 works really well for the phone. It boosts the camera quality along with capturing depth data. Also, ultra-wide-angle shots are possible with Moto X4 with its 120-degree field of view feature.
4. Moto X4 is not just sleek but also rigid. The glass back paired to an aluminum frame provides protection to the phone giving it a classy look. It can be rightly said that Moto X4 is one of the most premium looking smartphones in mid-range phone segment. Curved back, rounded edges to the usual 5.2-inch screen display makes easy to be used by single hand.
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