Moto X4 rumored to cost just €350 in Europe
Lenovo may have shown off its latest Moto flagship to the world just this week, but that doesn't mean it's done putting out devices just yet —in fact, we've heard of at least three upcoming Moto devices. One of those is the Moto X4, the next entry in the X series which once designated the company's flagships, but has now been delegated to the upper mid-range instead.
We've had a couple of disappointing false alarms regarding the X4's release, and while we've yet to see a concrete launch date, reliable leakster Roland Quandt has now given us some pricing info to ease the pain:
Moto X4 32GB will have some interesting pricing it seems. ~350 Euro in eastern EU. Lower than I thought.— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) July 27, 2017
And we can't help but agree with that assessment: a €350 price (which would most probably translate to $350 in the U.S.) is certainly low for the specs we've seen so far: a Snapdragon 630 SoC, 4 GB of RAM, dual cameras, and a 3,000 mAh battery may not be exactly cream of the crop specs, but are still nothing to scoff at.
According to the latest rumors, the X4 will be launching in Q4 2017, just in time for the holiday season. It is also said to be the first non-Google smartphone to fully support the search giant's Project Fi MVNO.