Camera lack of OIS &1.7F but other spec are best for its price range. price is too high costomerhave many option to buy other phone at this price range nothing special
Anonymous, 03 Sep 2017wtf ? from 800 series to 600 series ? lost minds much ?The 625 in my Z Play is faster and smoother than my X Style, not to mention battery life, so your comment is invalid.
I respect Lenovo as a brand,and this Moto X4 is another good phone in their line up.But 400euro for it?For that price-Oneplus 5,Xiaomi Mi6,LG G6/V20,Huawei Mate 9,Honor 9,Samsung S7 even,and all of them (way)better..Lenovo,some price correction needed..
Duck, 03 Sep 2017create that phone, I'll be the first one to purchase that wherever you are in the world lolu r a liar!
This is on my list of possible next phones BECAUSE it has a SD630. My current device has a SD625 (Lenovo P2) and believe me, battery life is addictive. OK this has a "normal" capacity 3000mAh battery but the SD630 will be even more efficient than ever before meaning it will get through a day no problem. Add in all the other improvements to modems and isp and you don't need anything more. In fact I wouldn't buy anything else than a device with a SD630.
people capture images from rear camera so rear camera should be 16 mp dual camera and front 13mp is enough for selfie.
LLL, 01 Sep 2017Waiting for an X4 Plus with: - 5.5" screen (whether IPS or AMOLED as long as it is a great on... morecreate that phone, I'll be the first one to purchase that wherever you are in the world lol
Phone specs seem very compelling and interesting. And it looks like Lenovo-Moto seemingly got the hardware right. And if they can also nail it with a price tag of Â€399/£349 then they have a real winner. if only they can commit to faster updates for 7.1.1 and to 8.0. But one thing I noticed it has a magnetometer but again no compass. But, are they the same or function the same?
A lot is being made of CPUs these days, and how many midrangers aren't equipped with top of the line CPUs. I don't see the problem here. If you check reviews, even the 625 can run most demanding games with all graphical options set to the maximum. Moreover, having a 625-630 chipset will help improve battery life.
I would much rather have a bigger battery, a better/more compact build or a better camera, than a better processor, as long as we're talking 625 or better. Obviously, the 4xx line is not ideal, since many smartphones equipped with it don't run android smoothly. But anything equal or better than the 625 line is more than sufficient, especially if we are talking about lower resolution phones.
Drone, 02 Sep 2017For mid end price it kinda expensive...no offens to anyone, but please if you think you dant afford it then look for a much affordable phone or get a much better job that will give a better payslip. that phone will nit be replace to 660 just because you dont like it
I am a big Motorola/Lenova fan. I currently have a Moto X Pure, Moto Z Play and a couple iPhones. The Moto X4 is going to be awesome. The people who are bashing the Snapdragon 630 don't know what they are talking about. Go look at the billion reviews (critics and user reviews) praising the Snapdragon 625. My Moto Z Play (625) is faster than my Moto X Pure (808) and is right there with my iPhone (A9) with my side by side test. Look at all the reviewers talking about that they can't tell the difference in performance with 625 vs high priced flagship. Battery life? I get 10 hours screen time over 3 days on 1 charge. You don't need a battery guzzling high performing processor to get great performance especially if you don't do heavy duty gaming.
Anonymous, 01 Sep 2017All looks good except the price.. Its too high for SD 630. U can get P9, honor 8/9, OP at simi... moreDude it's $399. What can you expect more from this price point? I even think that this phone is like the G-series of mid-to-high end market.
rear camera should be 16mp and front 12mp is better option for this phone.
One of my top criteria when I look at a new phone is compactness, so I check physical dimensions. As usual Motorola's phones are too wide and generally bulky. This new Moto X4 looks really nice but it's 73.4 mm wide compared to two other 5.2 inch phones: Samsung's Galaxy A5 (2017) at only 71.4 mm and the Honor 8 at only 71 mm wide. I like compact phones, easier to hold, but the Moto X4 defeats the purpose by being almost as wide as some 5.5 inch phones. (not to mention the unattractive top and bottom bezels which are ultra thick! Motorola needs to fire their designers!