The first three generations of Motorola's Moto Z Play lineup were as successful as the company's budget Moto G series but they did still perform relatively well. Because of this, the Chicago-based brand has developed a fourth model for release this year, under the name of Motorola Moto Z4. But despite not being announced, the smartphone can already be purchased on Amazon (via Android Authority ) and has actually begun shipping.
A decent Qualcomm processor and lots of storage
Corroborating previous leaks, The Motorola Moto Z4's Amazon listing points to the presence of Qualcomm's mid-range Snapdragon 675 on the inside, a chip that can currently be found inside the Samsung Galaxy A70 and one that should provide a decent performance boost over the Snapdragon 636 found inside last year's Moto Z3 Play. Paired with the processor is a considerable 1
28GB of storage that can be expanded via microSD but just 4GB of RAMs suggested 6GB or RAM would be present.
Like Motorola's other 2019 smartphones, the Moto Z4 ships with Android 9 Pie straight out of the box paired with the brand's minimal software overlay. There is also a 3,600mAh battery that supports 15W TurboPower fixed charging thanks to the included brick and moto mods support. Interestingly, though, while previous Moto Modes the Moto Z4, there appears to be a slight difference in size.
According to one Reddit user who already purchased and received the smartphone, Moto Mods introduce a "sharp overlay" due to the shape of the Moto Z4's frame.
Aside from details mentioned above, compatibility with Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint's 4G LTE networks are to be expected and, thanks to the dedicated 5G Moto Mod, the phone can also be used on 5G networks.