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Moto Z4 leaks on Amazon, buyer receives the device before launch


The Moto Z4 has not even been announced by Motorola , but there are many rumors surrounding the device - including a protective cover caught on Amazon this month . Now, see, the same retailer would have let slip yesterday (27) the announcement of the novelty in its pages. The most curious thing is that he was able to buy before the company withdrew the offer from the air and ... already received the device!

"Purchase page that was on Amazon is no longer available"

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Of course the site soon fixed the gaffe and no one else was able to get the device. But as you can see from the recovered copy of the Internet Archive , the specs, which were no longer that secret, are now all there: the Moto Z4 comes with Snapdragon 675 processor with Adreno 608 GPU, 4 GB RAM, internal storage 128GB (expandable up to 2TB with microSD) and 3600 mAh battery (15W quick recharge).

The screen is a 6.4-inch OLED Gorilla Glass 3 with FHD + resolution (2340 x 1080) and digital reader under the dashboard. The selfie camera is in a notch shaped like a drop and features 25 MP. The rear main sensor has 48 MP with "Quad Pixel" technology, which transforms into 12 MP with superior quality.

Source: Internet Archive


The device also comes with the Moto 360 Camera Mod module to attach to the rear, where Moto Snaps accessories are traditionally attached. It was listed at $ 500 and apparently there is a proprietary version of Amazon that brings several company apps built into the software, entitled to the digital assistant Alexa.

Buyer made unboxing and posted his first impressions on Reddit

To prove the curious case, the user JETFIRE007 posted on Reddit a video with details about the Moto Z4 coming out of the box. "Overall I'm satisfied. I need to do some more camera tests, because at a glance, the photos look great, but I noticed that some kind of filter is applied to some images. It's something I expect to fix or tweak using an app like the Google camera app, "he said in a note .

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So, what do you think? For now, Motorola has not yet commented on this unexpected purchase and there is not even a release date - but, apparently, that day should not be far behind. 

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