Google’s Project Fi has been an experiment which is slowing down. Project Fi was Google’s attempt to tap into the pre-paid carrier markets but things look like they aren’t going in Google’s favor. The company is all set to promote Project Fi with an exclusive Android One device – the Moto X4.
Motorola’s Moto X4 is all set to launch in the US as an Android One smartphone. There were doubts if the phone would make it to the US but it has been confirmed today. Moto X4 offers a combination of decent specifications and a great software. The phone has been priced in at $399 and is exclusive to Project Fi users. Let us take a closer look:
Moto X4 Specifications
The Android One Moto X4 smartphone comes out into the markets with a 5.3 inched display. The phone offers a 1080p LTPS IPS display. It runs on the stock Android Nougat OS and is soon expected to get the Android Oreo OS update. Moreover, Google has also promised that the phone will be among the first few devices to get the Android P OS update next year.
Motorola’s upcoming device will feature dual cameras on the back. This is one of the biggest highlights of the smartphone. Google, of late, has been working on improving the quality of offerings on Android One devices. After the Mi A1, this is the second Android One smartphone to come out into the markets with a dual camera setup.
On the back, the cameras come with a 12MP+8MP setup. The front camera comes out at 16MP and offers a front facing flash as well. Motorola’s upcoming Android One device would come in two color variants: Super Black and Sterling Blue. It will run on 3GB of RAM along with 32GB of storage space. Stay tuned with us for more details on the Moto X4.