Moto Z4 Is Official With 48MP Camera And Moto 5G Support
Moto Z4, the successor to Moto Z3 Play and Moto Z3, officially launched in the United States on Thursday (30), and confirms recent rumors about the unique 48-megapixel camera. It also brings support to the Moto Snap 5G, a new look, and intermediate data sheet, with Snapdragon 675 processor. The smartphone will go on sale in the US from June 6 with a price tag of $499.
The launch of Motorola just came after the leaks on an Amazon page. The 48MP rear camera brings the same Quad Pixel technology to optimize image quality. The front sensor has gained an increase in resolution, from 8 to 25 megapixels, and promises better photos in dark environments. Both cameras work on advanced AI features.
The 6.4-inch screen with Full HD + resolution with a water drop notch ensures more space to the display. The Moto Z4 also features an on-screen finger-print reader. Among the other specs, Moto Z4 equipped with Snapdragon 675, an octa-core processor with a speed of up to 2 GHz. The datasheet reveals a storage combination of 4 GB RAM and 128 GB ROM. The battery is 3,600 mAh with a promise of two days of autonomy.
Moto Z4 is also compatible with Moto 5G, which guarantees access to fifth generation networks. In the United States, the smartphone kit includes the Moto Snap 360 Camera.
Moto Z4 datasheet
- Display: 6.4 inches OLED Full HD + (2340 x 1080 pixels)
- Primary Camera: 48 megapixels
- Front camera: 25 megapixels
- System: Android 9 (Pie)
- Processor: Snapdragon 675
- Memory RAM: 4 GB
- Storage (internal memory): 128 GB
- Memory Card: yes, microSD
- Battery capacity: 3,600 mAh
- Colors: Gray and white