Moto X4 Review: Sets The Bar For Mid-Range Smartphones

New Delhi: Aligning with its India strategy to tap the consumer mindset rather than focusing on market share, Lenovo-owned Motorola has just launched mid-price segment device Moto X4. It has  (4GB RAM+64GB storage) Moto X4 claims to deliver best-in-class experience when compared with other devices like Vivo V7+ and OPPO F3 Plus in the same price range.

Will Moto X4 rule the mid-range smartphones? Let’s find out.

The basic design is similar to Moto G5 Plus, with a 5.2-inch Full-HD display, thick bezels on the top and bottom on front and a dual-camera set-up at the back — all housed in a unibody metal and glass body.

The device has a regular oval fingerprint sensor below the display that doubles up as navigation keys.

The primary dual-camera (12MP+8MP) is neatly placed in a ring at the back with a dual-tone LED flash. The 12MP sensor has dual-autofocus pixel sensor (f2.0, 1.4um) while 8MP camera has ultra-wide angle with 120-degrees field of view sensor (f2.2, 1.12um).

Photos in the daylight conditions were rich in colours. In low-light conditions, we got the desired pictures by manually clicking with the “professional mode” feature.

The camera has other features like “ultra-wide angle shot” and “depth detection effects”.

The 16MP front shooter is complemented by a selfie flash which gives an option to click clearer images even in low-light conditions. You can also capture group photos with the selfie panorama feature.

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