Moto X4 Price Tag May Have Been Leaked: Check Details Here

Motorola was set to launch the Moto X4 in India on November 13, as we had reported earlier. It was set to launch in the month of October and was earlier unveiled at the IFA 2017 in Berlin this year. The IFA is one of the biggest technology trade fairs held annually. While we did have a fair idea of the specs and features, we did not know about how much the device would cost.

Now, it seems that the retail tag of the Moto X4 would be around Rs 23,999. This report comes to us via an online retailer DealNTech, the page of which you can access here. An image of the packaging box was first revealed and it was an unexpected surprise to find out the price tag. This device apparently has 4GB of RAM in association with 64GB of storage space and it has now been spotted online. The fact that the price tag is Rs 23,999 indicates that this will be a mid-tier smartphone from the house of Motorola.

Moto X4 leaked box
The leaked box of the Moto X4. Image via DealNTech

Furthermore, the retail box has also revealed some extra things: it has, for example. pointed out that the Moto X4 will come in color variants of Super Black and Blue. Also keep in mind that since this is the MRP or the Maximum Retail Price, the Moto X4 will sell for a lower price tag.

As far as the Moto X4 specs and features are concerned, they do seem pretty value for money. Onboard is a 5.2-inch display panel that has FHD 1080p resolution. At the heart of the device, the Moto X4 has the pretty reliable 2.2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 630 SoC which will work in tandem with either 3GB or 4GB of RAM. It also has 32GB and 64GB of internal storage space.

Sources suggest that the base model of the Moto X4 will be available only in the US market. The other model is for all the other global markets.

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