The Moto Tab is launching at AT&T on November 17th. There's also a Lenovo Home Assistant Pack that'll snap onto the Moto Tab and add dual mics, a 3w speaker, and the ability to charge the Moto Tab when the dock is plugged in. Not lagging too far behind is the 16-megapixel secondary camera with a f/2.0 lens that comes packed with features such as low-light mode, selfie panorama, beauty mode and lots more.
Loaded with Android 7.1 Nougat, the Moto X4 integrates with NFC, which helps you to perform transactions from within the smartphone via Android Pay or similar gateways. The Moto X4, however, packs a punch and bears all the markings of a device which is all set to grab lions share in the mid-range smartphone market.
Motorola has launched Moto X4 smartphone in both 3GB and 4GB expandable internal storage variants in Super Black and Sterling Blue color options.
The devices will be sold exclusively via Flipkart for online buyers and Moto Hub shops for the offline buyers.
The Moto X4 features a 5.2-inch FHD IPS Corning Gorilla Glass protected display, Snapdragon 630 processor alongside Adreno 508 graphics processor. And let's say that this technology is now on the Moto X4 phone. The front-mounted fingerprint scanner also doubles up as a home button.
What's more, the Lenovo Moto Tab will also come with a Productivity Mode, where there is a task bar that lets you multitask and quickly switch between apps. The Moto X4 is powered by a 3000 mAh battery with TurboCharge capabilities.
At the Moto X4 India launch event, the company announced key details such as the variants, price, release date, launch offers, and other availability details of the handset. The 12MP camera comes with f/2.0 aperture, while the 8MP sensor has f/2.2 aperture.
The phone has dual camera setup, with a camera of 12 megapixels and another 8 megapixels. The dual-cameras allow users to have depth effect shots, bokeh effect shots, ultra-wide angle shots, and selective focus shots. There is also a 16MP front camera with f/2.0 aperture and a dedicated LED flash.