Moto Z4 Specifications: Snapdragon 675, 4GB RAM, 48MP camera, and Moto Mod support in 2019

Last year, we got the Moto Z3 Play and, a few months later, the Z3. Neither of them was particularly flagship-worthy, but they served a purpose — the former as a mid-range phone to whet the appetites of Moto Mod lovers, and the latter as a vehicle for Verizon's burgeoning 5G network.

The Moto Z4 continues in the same vein, with seemingly budget specs at a not-so-budget price. A few interesting things: the Snapdragon 675 isn't necessarily faster than the Snapdragon 670 in the Pixel 3a; it's got a slightly more robust CPU but a weaker GPU. Motorola's also doing away with its awful dual-camera setup to beef up the main one: a 48MP quad-pixel sensor, the same one found in many phones this year, from the Honor View 20 to the ASUS Zenfone 6. The 3,6000mAh battery should be welcome news to anyone who misses the old days of then OG Moto Z Play, while the return of the headphone jack is another moment of zen.

At $499.99 MSRP, but much cheaper purchased at Verizon with a new line (and a 5G Moto Mod), the Moto Z4 is yet another not-so-expensive 5G-compatible Motorola phone.

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SpecMoto Z4 Specs
Operating systemAndroid 9 Pie
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor
GPUAdreno 612 GPU
Screen6.39-inch Full HD (2340x1080) OLED | 19:9 aspect ratio
MaterialsGorilla Glass 36000 series aluminum
ExpandabilitymicroSD up to 512GB
Rear camera48MP, quad pixelphase-detect, laser autofocusf/1.7 lensdual-LED flash
Video capture720p (120fps), 1080p, 4K (30fps)
Front camera25MPf/2.0 wide-angle lens
ConnectivityUSB-C(USB-C to 3.5mm adapter included)
SpeakerSingle front-facing
Moto Mods supportYes
Headphone jackYes
Water resistanceWater-repellent coating
SecurityIn-display fingerprint sensor, face unlock
Battery3600mAhTurboPower charger (8 hrs battery in 15 min)
ColorsFlash Grey, Frost White
Dimensions75 x 158 x 7.35mm
Weight165 grams

Moto Z4: Everything you need to know

Daniel Bader

Daniel Bader was a former Android Central Editor-in-Chief and Executive Editor for iMore and Windows Central.