Moto X4 Could Make Google Wish It Still Made Cheaper Phones
It’s been over two years since Motorola last brought life to its Moto X line of smartphones, but recent rumors have all but confirmed that it’s about to make a comeback. Moto X4, the name donned by the rumored device, is said to be the next of Moto’s many 2017 devices to be released. We’ve previously seen many fuzzy leaks showcasing its all-glass design, complete with curved edges and a dual-lens camera. But until today, we’ve yet to see the upcoming smartphone leak in such great detail, as picked up by Android Authority. One of the earlier rumors that we heard about the Moto X4 was that it will be the first non-Google phone to be supported on the company’s Project Fi network service. The Moto X4 could be a wonderful addition for those after an affordable Fi-ready phone. Given Google’s move away from its Nexus devices and toward Pixel for the foreseeable future, it seems steadfast on making high-end smartphones. Its current phone is the cheapest it has ever been, though still quite expensive. And our guess is that the Google Pixel 2 won’t be cheap, too. Even if the Moto X4 doesn’t come to Project Fi, it still seems to be a phone that’s well worth your consideration.
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