Motorola had announced its first Android One smartphone, Moto X4 last September. Soon after the announcement, the Moto X4 went on pre-order and the shipment was supposed to debut by this week. However, the first Android One device has now been delayed due to the production issues.
Unluckily, last night Project-Fi emailed to all the pre-ordered customers that a “Production delay has impacted and so the shipment date will be pushed back for your Android One Moto X4 device”. As per the email, the Moto X4 shipment will be delayed sometime between October 18th and October 25th.
Pre-Order through Project-Fi
Interestingly, this delay does not affect the trade-in-users (exchanging their old phones) since they have 30 days period to send their old phones after the arrival of Android One Moto X4 smartphone. Moreover, the Moto X4 is currently available exclusively through Project-Fi and the pre-order can started from today and the shipping will be at any time between October 27th and October 30th. It’s just an assumption and soon you will be receiving the shipping confirmation by Project-Fi.
This mid-range device has a built-in 5.2-inch FHD display with 1080p resolution. Further, the device is powered by a Snapdragon 630 processor coupled with 3GB RAM and 32GB inbuilt storage. For photography, the device features dual rear camera system with a 12MP and 8MP and 16MP front camera for selfie. Moreover, the Moto X4 runs on Android 7.1 Nougat, but it will get the Android 8.0 Oreo by the end of this year.
Why Android One Moto X4?
Both Android One and Project Fi are the more interesting perks for this upcoming smartphone. Well, Android One attempt to bring secure and reliable software experience and Project-Fi promises to connect you to the best LTE networks across 135 countries.
As far as the pricing concerns, the device is priced for $399. In addition to this, the Project-Fi offers an exclusive two-year plan, so you can order the Moto X4 and have to pay $16.63 per month.