We’ve seen several leaked renders of the Moto Z4, but now it looks like Motorola messed up and made it available for purchase from Amazon. The phone has been for sale long enough for someone to receive the phone and film an unboxing and first impressions video.
As confirmed by the Amazon listing, the Moto Z4 features a 6.4-inch OLED FullVision display with a 2,340 x 1080 resolution. The handset includes an in-display fingerprint sensor, is powered by a Snapdragon 675 CPU, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal storage. This can be expanded with a microSD card.
Around back, the handset includes a 48MP sensor with a 12MP output using Quad Pixel technology. The front camera comes in at 25MP for your selfie needs.
The customer who purchased the Moto Z4 also shared sample photos on Reddit. You can see a handful of them below.
According to the customer’s video, previous Moto Mods work with the Moto Z4, but there appears to be a slight difference in size. Unless Motorola redesigns its previous accessories, the Moto Mods might introduce a “sharp overlay.”
We’ve been able to find two listings for the Moto Z4 so far. The first, coming in at $499.99, is an Amazon-exclusive model that comes with Alexa and other apps pre-installed. The second is an unlocked model that comes bundled with a free 360-degree Moto Mod all for $499.99.
The prices are likely messed up here, so expect the bundle’s price to rise once officially released. Speaking of which, Motorola hasn’t announced when the Moto Z4 will be unveiled. We are unsure when the handset will be available for purchase again once Motorola undoubtedly removes its Amazon listings.