Following its initial announcement at IFA at the end of August, the Moto X4 got an Android One variation last month, and today another edition has been unveiled. This time the Moto X4 joins Amazon's Prime Exclusive list of smartphones, which you can get for a lower price than normal if you're a Prime subscriber.
The Moto X4's unlocked price in the US is $399.99, but if you have Prime you can grab one for just $329.99 when the mega-retailer starts taking pre-orders later today. Of course you need to remember that Prime Exclusive devices will show you Amazon ads on the lock screen to help pay for the discount you're getting. The phone will be shipping by October 26.
If you're not interested in this specific iteration of the X4, nor the Android One version that's only headed to Google's Fi, then you'll be happy to find out that the normal unlocked model goes up for pre-order tomorrow at Best Buy, B&H, Fry's, Newegg, and Motorola's own online store. It's going to be released on October 26.
This phone is useless why would anyone get this instead of moto Z play.
Agreed. It's a huge disappointment but I'd consider it if was under 300. I waited months for it to come out and ended up get the g5 plus instead. It's better and cheaper.
Looks much better from long time galaxy user, even better than S & note family cheap plastic disain. Iphone 8 looks better but tick bezel feels the phone from flinston era