Moto X4 certified by the FCC, specs revealed

Moto X4 certified by the FCC, specs revealed
While the Moto X4 did not get unveiled today as previously rumored, the device still managed to make the news. The FCC certified the handset in the U.S., and at the same time the full specs of the phone have been revealed. First, we can tell you that the phone's FCC ID is IHDT56WK1. The model number in the U.S. is XT-1900-1, and you should check out the slideshow at the bottom of the story for some images taken from the FCC documentation.

The handset is equipped with a Gorilla Glass 3 protected 5.2-inch AMOLED display carrying a 1080 x 1920 (FHD) resolution. The Snapdragon 630 chipset is under the hood featuring an octa-core CPU, and the Adreno 508 GPU. 4GB of LPDDR4X RAM is inside along with 64GB of native storage. A 256GB capacity microSD slot is available for those seeking additional storage.

The dual-camera setup in back features a pair of 12MP cameras. One takes pictures in color while the other snaps away in monochrome. This should allow the cameras to take quality photos even in low-light conditions. It also means that true black and white photos can be snapped. In front is a 16MP wide-angle camera for selfies. Keeping the lights on is a 3000mAh battery that comes with 25W Turbo Charging. Color options are Sterling Blue, Gold and Super Black, and the handset will be priced at 350 EUR (which is equivalent to $413 USD). Android Nougat is pre-installed.

Although Motorola doesn't have any plans to hold an event at IFA 2017, Lenovo does on August 31st. Still, no Moto handsets appear to be on the menu. Unless there is a surprise, don't expect the Moto X4 to see the light of day until after those attending IFA have packed up their stuff and have flown back home.

source: FCC via TheLeaker

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Moto X4
  • Display 5.2" 1080 x 1920 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 16 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 630, Octa-core, 2200 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3000 mAh



1. L0n3n1nja

Posts: 1578; Member since: Jul 12, 2016

I honestly think this is a better phone than the Z Force 2

2. pavan4u9491

Posts: 10; Member since: Aug 25, 2017

This phone will never see the light of the day...from last 8 months onwards I am hearing about this device but Motorola is not releasing waste of time to wait for this device. I am happy with my Z2 play

3. Veteater

Posts: 59; Member since: Aug 04, 2015

On one hand, you start talking about how a device that has clearly just passed through the US's legal communications agency to be released here is not going to be so, then you remark about your satisfaction with your Z2 play...seems like you're trying to internally justify purchasing a $500, technologically outdated device that isn't worth the amount of money it costs by using this statement to mention it, as to not feel like you wasted your money...which you did. Just face it, this device is going to be superior to your Z2 Play and will likely be sold for cheaper...and the OnePlus 5 handily wrecks the Z2 Play in every way imaginable. Oh, just as a side note, the original Moto Z's started leaking in December of 2015, and weren't announced until July of 2016, and not released until September, so your 8 month timeline of hearing leaks of this phone (Which have in actuality only been happening since April/May, 3/4 months ago) is void.

4. pavan4u9491

Posts: 10; Member since: Aug 25, 2017

This is absolutely doesn't support the exciting Moto mods... processor is slightly better but u can't identify difference between Snapdragon 626 and 630... Except dual camera Moto x4 is clearly inferior to Moto Z2 play in every aspect....and moreover I am pretty much sure this device will not see the light of the day...may be it'll come with a different name but not Moto x4....Moto x lineup is dead from a year ago....


Posts: 1168; Member since: Oct 05, 2015

Wrong. Faster GPU, higher RAM width and speed, less energy use, lower clocks in the lower core cluster equals less drain, likely has USF memory which is faster than what's on the Z2 Play. The AMOLED screen will appear sharper as well. That phone is a loser compared to this one.

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