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Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 336 reviews

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Solid Phone

    Posted
    Elliott

    I've only had the phone for about 24hrs, but I was able to immediately start using it as it was quite easy for me to remove the SIM card from my old phone (Original Moto X [1st Gen]) and pop it right into this one. It also comes with a removal tool, as I'm sure is probably pretty standard these days. Having not upgraded my phone in the last four years, you can imagine how I felt when I turned this thing on. Pros: Vibrant colors, very crisp, text was super clear. And fast, talk about fast! Installing, uninstalling apps, browsing the internet, social media, everything just moves so smooth. Call quality is really clear, if you have the right network I presume. I'm on T-Mobile, so if you have T-Mobile, you should experience very clear calls. I haven't tested the Camera just yet, but I've never been a huge photo type person. I use my phone mostly for calls, text, social media, news, weather, the every day type stuff. I don't play video games, but I'd assume this thing can handle games pretty well. Google works great on it, once you get your voice recognition set up, asking google to search for you is pretty easy. The fingerprint scanner works great, and you can basically program all of your fingers onto the device for unlocking it. There's also a backup option that you can choose, between three different options I think (pass code, pattern and something else). Quite secure, if you're looking for something like that. I also found the speakers to be quite good. I like to play music over the speaker while I exercise in the morning, and even over my equipment I could hear the music quite well. I haven't tried taking a call and placing the caller on the loud speaker, but I'd assume it's pretty clear based on the quality of the sound of my music. There's probably a ton of features I have yet to uncover on this phone, like video calling, something I've never done before. I also just discovered today that there's a block feature. On my old phone (Moto X), I had to create a contact that showed up as "Blocked" on the caller ID and I had to tell that contact to be sent directly to my voice mail, and I would just keep adding numbers to that contact. It was extremely annoying. The alarm works great, several tones to choose from, but you can also install your own tones if you'd like. The battery is strong. It could be stronger, but I started today at 88%, that was 8hrs ago, with heavy-ish use (mostly spotify, twitter, facebook), I'm at 65% currently. The charging for it is crazy fast. It comes with a partial charge, something like 54%, and I was able to hit 100% in about 20mins. The build of the phone is really strong as well. Very sleek and smooth design. I'm sure there's more I could say, but that's all I can think of for only having it for 24hrs. Cons: Not very many, most of which can be attributed to the fact that I'm 4yrs behind on upgrading my phone, so a lot of the settings and things of that nature I'm still trying to figure out, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. I had to search on google to figure out how to create a new page on the home screen to add more apps and widgets (which was as easy as dragging an app to a new page to create one automatically). There was just no indication of how to do so, and I ended up finding the answer pretty quickly on google. Installing wallpapers I found to be a bit difficult, but obviously the process has changed a bit since the original Moto X. And there's not a ton of wallpapers for this phone because it uses a weird resolution, but I could also be searching for them in the wrong place. I'm not exactly crazy about the raised camera on the backside. You basically have to get a case for this phone or you risk damaging the outer rim of the camera on the backside. Which leads me to my other point, BUY A CASE FIRST! If not, at least buy one at the exact same time as purchasing the phone. Don't make the mistake I've made. I have to be extremely careful for the next six days until my case arrives, because apparently no stores in my area sell cases for this phone. I'm assuming because it's not a flagship phone, but whatever the reason, it's still extremely annoying. The same can be said for finding screen protectors. I had to order both online. Kind of weird that Best Buy would sell a phone and not have cases or screen protectors readily available in store. All in all, a very nice phone and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a new device!

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Motorola Customer Care

      Hi Elliott, thanks for the review. Here's the complete guide https://goo.gl/V7kMKu. this should help you get familiar with the device. Hope this helps. -Erwin MotorolaMobility

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Solid value, Solid performance, Quietly Elegant

    Posted
    LogicTech

    Replaced my ASUS ZenFone Zoom with the X4 after frustrations with unpredictable and generally poor battery life. I will never buy another ASUS phone. The Moto X4 is superior in every way to any of my previous phones and simply works, without the quirks, the way you want a phone to. I'm now a fan of the Moto/Lenovo brand and will only buy phones with the stock Android OS. The Moto X4 impresses by just being a do it all type of phone. It's quietly elegant in the looks department and will impress anyone who sees it in person. Performance is solid and reliable being almost stock android; everything just works well with no signs of lagginess or unneeded mfr layers to slow things down. The LTE Modem performance also impresses with the highest throughput I've ever experienced. X4's IPS screen is bright, vibrant, and colors look great and I think it is as good as OLED in real world use. IP68 waterproofing is icing on the cake allowing you to not have to worry about environmental conditions. It's a solid phone at a reasonable price and perfect as a daily driver. I think my only gripe is the camera performance in low light is somewhat of a let down. Camera is a tad slow in focusing and pictures often times come out excessively noisy in poor lighting situations. I'm hoping the Oreo update addresses the camera low light issues. In good lighting, I found the camera to perform pretty well with well exposed and color accurate shots. Dynamic range could be better with highlights being blown out at times but manageable. Overall a solid performing, solidly built phone at a reasonable price. Moto throws in some cool features such as the ability to pair and play up to 4 different bluetooth speakers/headphones simultaneously. Moto Key, Actions, Display, and Voice overlays are all great and well integrated into the overall experience. Yes there are phones with better specs but many of them come at a higher cost and they also come with more quirks and compromises from being feature rich. Prior to the ASUS, I owned an HTC One and Samsung S5. When shopping, I also looked at the Samsung S8, LG V20, G6, and Sony XA1 and XZ; Yes, they have some wow factor but when it came down to doing the core functions, I felt the Moto X4 had what I wanted at a better value proposition. Plus I wanted a phone with less OS fluff (stock android experience). If you want a well designed phone that just simply works reliably, performs well, and has all of the right features including good battery life.... look no further.... Moto X4. Highly recommended.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Motorola Customer Care

      Hi LogicTech, thanks for the positive feedback. Glad to know the device works as expected. -Erwin MotorolaMobility

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great phone, Great Price, Great Customer Service

    Posted
    Chris
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    Before I comment on the phone, I wanted to point out that I had a great experience with Best Buy in store at Cary, NC. I was able to purchase the phone for less than Best Buy's sticker price due to their excellent price matching policy. The "warning" to point out is they do an "apples to apples" comparison on the phone to make sure it's not being compared with the Amazon Prime members phone with the Amazon ecosystem preloaded as is not the same as the ones Best Buy carries. Because I was pursuing the price match, I worked with a sales associate that was super friendly and willing to help navigate the steps to purchase. I wanted to buy two phones but the store only had one in stock so my associate set up the delivery of the second phone to my house via UPS. He could have had it delivered to the store but it would arrive to my house earlier. I won't go into much detail about the phone as there are tons of reviews online by experts and consumers. I feel it is a good midrange phone at a respectable price - especially if you're looking for an unlocked phone. A few things to point out: Battery life is great, as I can go a full day (14-15 hours) without needing a charge but I am not a heavy user (don't use high CPU usage apps). My previous phone (Moto X Pure) could make it through about 8-9 hours. I bought it in August, and it came with Android 7.1 (nougat) installed. When activating it, the phone recognized there were several system updates waiting (going to version 8 - Oreo, then 8.1). Be prepared as that will take a little time to get those installed. I've also received the August Security update a few days ago. As noted in several reviews, it has a glass back and can be slippery in the hand. I picked up a case for it right away. The USB-C connector and headphone jack are nice to have to allow charging and listening to audio at the same time. Overall, this phone checks all the right boxes for me and I'm definitely glad I bought it from Best Buy.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Great 'back up' phone

    Posted
    3310
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    The Moto X4 is a decent entry level phone, nothing more than that. Surprisingly Motorola has been providing Updates for the X4 for almost 2 years from release date. 32 gb storage, SD soc chip and IP68 suggest more than entry level performance, But the X4 has suffers from hiccups and stutters never encountered with other Motorola phones owned (G4 play, G5+, G6). A quirk is that on the X4 you cannot format and treat the SD card as expansion of the internal memory (unlike moto G5+, G4 play, and G6) . The softwares and Android OS updares have decreased available memory. Only photos can be adapted to be written on SD card. For some reason spotify storage setting ALWAYS reverts to internal memory setting (only on the X4 does this happen!). Because of the internal shortage memory freezes, becomes inoperable several times a week. The 3000mh battery is enough for one full day usage. At least the included 'turbo' 15w charger provides quick charges, no overnight plug in. The Moto X4 was not worth the 2hundred$ I paid for..at least Motorola keeps dropping price to make it attractive and somehow competitive in 2019. PS- case is required, glass build is slippery and fragile.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    90% Flagship phone functionality at 40% price

    Posted
    HJ35a4
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    2 month ownership review: This Moto X4 compares very well to apple and samsung flagship phones. after owning and spending several hundred $s on 2 Galaxy phone that mysteriously lost performance after about a year or having their beautiful OLED screen crap out , i decided on this MoTo X4. online tech reviews rate it favorably. I decided to buy it out off recommendation by friends who are satisfied owners of other motorola phones (G4 play, G5 plus). X4 shipped with android nougat ,upon power up/set up-Oreo update was offered and updated (FYI: Moto/lenovo recently anounced this model will get the 'Pie' update as well) LIKES- the chip is fast enough for apps and performance. the Non-Oled 16X9 screen is bright enough outdoors while wearing polarized sunglasess. vividness is not Oled quality but comes very close. the IP water sealing is also unexpected for the 3hundred dollar price. the moto actions (face down= silenced, chop, chop= flashlight, pick up phone=ring stops) spoil you in no time. the blue color is striking. being an unlocked phone means unnecessary bloatware not taking up memory space. motorola phones are great at being compatible with pretty much all cell carriers (ive already tried 2 diff. GSM prepaid services: no hiccups, great coverage). the front LED camera flash is a plus for the selfies. DISLIKES- 32GB is not enough for midlevel phone spec. traditional 16X9 screen has huge 'forehead' and 'chin', bezels are ancient. LED notification light is absent. the 'dual lens' camera only produces great outdoor photos, but dark scenes challenge focus (quality subpar to my previous Samsung galaxy photos). the glass and aluminum finish REQUIRE case (3 days W/O case resulted in slips, drops with all 4 aluminum corners slightly dented!). im waiting for it to go onsale again for tooHundred$ and purchase another X4 as a gift (often sale priced)

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Motorola Customer Care

      Hi HJ35a4, thanks for your feedback. We will take note of these and will coordinate with the team. -Jhei MotorolaMobility

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good phone with excellent features

    Posted
    Srinivas
    • My Best Buy® Member

    Great features and feel, excellent mid-ranger. Got this as a replacement for Honor 8 which is a great phone as well except the software interface. Was always fan of moto features voice, gestures, ambient display etc. Since it is a 5.2 " screen it fits well in the hand, great for someone who doesn't like large phones. The build is premium all glass covering metal. Display is just fine 1080p LCD, previous moto x first gen were AMOLED which display deep blacks better. This phone has good decent 630 snapdragon processor, opens apps quickly but not as good as moto x 1st/2nd gen or pixel/nexus phones buttery smooth feel. IP68 rated, has FM radio, WIFI AC features that is better than Moto Z play or Moto G series. Camera is above average, but good in decent lighting may get better with software updates. Battery is great getting 6-7 Screen on time, audio from one front facing top speaker is decent. Charging is quick, but adapter is only 15 W should have been 18W or greater. Phone should have been priced $ 350 or under since Motorola (now Lenovo) is bad with software updates and fixing issues. I think for the extra price, this is a better phone than Moto G5 series which lack NFC, outdated wifi tech, no magnetometer (for compass) and have no IP68 rating and older snapdragon processor and camera set up. It has a headphone jack and microsd!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fast, great camera, excellent battery

    Posted
    Jang

    At the current price point of $350 this is one of the top phones you can currently buy. It's super fast in which I have experienced no lag what so ever, I am currently getting 9 hours, yes you read that right..9 HOURS!! of on screen time. This is mainly used on wifi and in developer options I pretty much disable any and all apps from running in the background. The front and rear camera are excellent, a couple of software updates should continue to improve and allow for this camera to continue to also be one of the best at this price point as well. When it comes to phones I am extremely picky but Lenovo did it right with this, sd630 runs incredibly smooth, and with expandable storage, and being ip68 rated, I have nothing to complain about. Also the finger print sensor is one of the most accurate and fastest out there so be careful when sleeping, if your side chick decides to go through your stuff you might be screwed lol Good day all.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Motorola Customer Care

      Hi Jang,

      Thanks for your wonderful feedback! It is great to know that you are enjoying this phone. I appreciate you have one of our phones.

      -Jess MotorolaMobility

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    DO NOT BUY, TERRIBLE BATTERY

    Posted
    Catherine

    I purchased this phone exactly 1 year ago, and I loved it. The screen is great, the speakers are phenomenal and it has a lot of storage. But, the battery life is the worst thing I have ever seen. I am an avid user of this phone, as it is something I use all day. To give anyone reading this an idea, I turn it on when I wake up, watch YouTube and Netflix and go on Snapchat and Twitter all the time. I like to have music running in the background too, but I typically only have about 2 things running at once. With this in mind I used to be able to go around 10 hours on it with the battery saver on. This was fine, until about 3 months ago. All of a sudden the battery life dropped to I could go about half of the day before needing to charge, but honestly I didn't notice it. Then one day my phone died suddenly at 54% on Memorial Day weekend. Needless to say it has gotten worse. Sometimes my phone dies 95%, sometimes I get down to 2% (rarely happens). When I turn it back on to charge it says that it had the battery level that I was seeing before it died. It has gotten to the point where I travel with a portable charger and I have to leave it plugged in all the time in order to send out an email. It has been literally a year and 27 days, and now I have to get the battery replaced or a new phone. Just now my phone died at 97% and I plugged it in for 30 minutes with the screen being totally black, then did a hard reset to turn it on. The price says it all, this isn't worth it.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Motorola Customer Care

      Hi Catherine, sorry to hear about what happened. We're always here to help. What troubleshooting steps have you tried so far? Have you tried to test it in safe mode? To boot into Safe mode, press the physical power key, touch and hold Power off, touch OK when Reboot to Safe mode appears. Feel free to send us an email to supportforums@motorola.com sharing more details. We are more than glad to assist. -Anne MotorolaMobility

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great phone, but VERY SLIPPERY

    Posted
    Crimm

    I got my phone via Google's Project Fi. I've owned the phone for about 45 days, and I like everything about it. This phone replaced my faulty, terrible Nexus 5x. I play a lot of games, do a lot of browsing and email checking, and this phone doesn't suffer from the noticeable heat generation that the Nexus 5x did. I have a lot more confidence in the longevity of this phone when it comes to hardware. The ONLY problem I have with it, is that the phone is mostly encased in glass which makes it VERY slippery. I had a few close calls with dropping it where it survived with a slight surface scratch. It finally broke for real, when it was in my jeans pocket and wormed its way out as I was getting out of the car, landing camera-side-down and shattering the glass over the lens. Not even a few days later, the same thing happened as I was walking to work and cracked the screen. DEFINITELY GET A CASE WITH SOME GRIP, AND A SCREEN PROTECTOR. I would have gotten one as soon as I ordered the phone, but it had literally just come out the day before and there were no cases available on the market yet at all. I like the phone enough that I sprung for the $200 replacement from Motorola though (and this time I have a case and screen protector waiting for it when it arrives).

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Motorola Customer Care

      Hi Crimm, sorry to hear about what happened. I agree, if you feel it's a bit slippery a protective case is recommended. -Erwin MotorolaMobility

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Unbeatable at it's price point.

    Posted
    Thatbikerguy
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    Bought the X4- G4 in March of '18. With a rubberized cover it has lasted very well, aside from a still unexplainable broken lense of the main camera incurred in the last few days. This phone was very much on par with all but the cutting edge/highest end cells a avalible at the time and is still as fast or faster than most owned by people I encounter or know. I haven't found an Android app it isn't capable of running, and with a good personal SD installed, has great memory functionality. Service is on par with most, the real differences being in the carrier, not the phone, video and audio playback are great, and loading time is 0 unless the site or platform is slow. Overall, with a good case (an absolute must, as the phone is very slick and will spit out of your hands in the first 30 seconds!) and a reasonably large capacity SD card, this phone will do whatever you need or want and at the fraction of the price, will stand with or dust newer phones. Killer phone for the price I paid, and they're far cheaper now.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice and cheap

    Posted
    agentzuk
    • My Best Buy® Member

    Was having some battery issues with my Moto Z-Force Android phone in year three, so decided to look for an upgrade. The $49 Moto X4 32GB looks pretty appealing.. then they hit you with the activation fee and Verizon hits you with the $40 upgrade fee you've got a hundred bucks in extra charges.. still not a bad deal for $149.. it's paid for. Now I'm month to month on Verizon, with a phone bill around $60 bucks. The phone itself is excellent so far up to par with the previous Moto x offerings.. very slick glass case, but haven't dropped it yet seems to have good purchase. Comes with Gorilla glass, so probably won't crack it anyway. Updated to Android 9.0 and enjoying the new features. If you get as agitated as me, paying $700+ bucks for one of these new smart phones then this is the way to go for you for sure. Best Buy was easy to work with through out, and Verizon was a joy to work with this time.. not always the case with them. I'm happy

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Quality Smooth phone

    Posted
    Tetriz
    • My Best Buy® Member

    Had a sony phone and it was c r a p. Motorola always made great quality phones in the past, so I gave them a shot within my $350 range budget. No phone should cost more than $500. Didn't want anything that looks cheap, so I paid for quality with the X4. Phone looks very good, sleek and shinny like ceramic. (GET A CASE. SLIPS OFF SURFACES VERY EASILY. CRACKED MY BACK IN 4 DAYS) . Good high grade processor (you may find in more expensive phones), and enough RAM. camera is even impressive. Camera has OBJECT RECOGNITION! Dual lens looks cool and front selfie camera is very high on Megapixels. One of the highest on the market across all phones. One sale for $350 and had to get it. So far so good. If there's no new Huawei phone on the market for ~$350, this is the phone to get.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Motorola Customer Care

      Hi Tetriz, thanks for the positive feedback and sorry to hear the back of your phone cracked. If you need to have the device repaired you may visit this link https://goo.gl/dEsJbN. If you have questions or there's anything we can do to help, please let us know. -Erwin MotorolaMobility

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Value for a more than adequate phone

    Posted
    merlin
    • My Best Buy® Member

    After having purchased flag ship phones for years, I was not impressed with the current phones because of the prices. After doing research, I happened onto the Moto X4. I purchased the phone on October 29, 3 days after it was released. I have not been able to find anything about the phone that I don't like. It is light weight, has a metal case with IP68 rating. It fits in my hand and does everything I expect my phone to do with fast response. If you want an excellent phone, but don't want to pay flagship prices, this phone might just be perfect for you too. I would add that while it is fast, it was not designed to do the latest, greatest 3 D games and the camera, while more than adequate for most people, does not measure up to the latest greatest flag ship models. It's just a great phone at a great price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    $99 1st Gen Moto G is Superior to Moto X Pure

    Posted
    Route93

    When Moto X and Moto G came out the company was owned by Motorola. Now the Moto is owned by Lenovo. When I discovered Moto G hands free assist, I was taken away. It was awesome, it read me my texts while driving hands free and I could answer back by voice and send the reply hands free. Those days are over, my Moto X Pure 3rd Gen is a disgrace and don't you expect this Pure version to be any different. The Moto assist does not work properly, (The sole reason I upgraded to the Moto X Pure) with error messages such as " Google can't be reached at the moment" or Moto Assist does not allow enough time ( a micro-sec) to respond to the question " what time would you like this appointment?" and then it switches quickly over to a blank screen with the Ok Google mic. The OS doesn't respond to the catch phase most of the time, so I'm saying 'Ok google now, until I'm out of breath and make my request manually with my finger, the old fashioned way. I've searched endlessly for fixes to no improvements. It is running Marshmallow, so yes, the OS is up to date. Now I need to decide what my next phone will be. At $400 for a Moto made by Lenovo, search for another smartphone.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Premium feel at half the price

    Posted
    Melissa
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    I got lucky and purchased this phone when it was on sale. I mostly purchased it as a backup and for traveling overseas. If you're looking for an inexpensive device with a decent camera and a snappy processor, I'd say pick this one up. It's a step above the Moto G5 Plus. The camera isn't Samsung Note 8 or IPhone 8 plus level, but it holds its own and has some additional features not found on other phones. The fingerprint scanner is very accurate and I've had no issues or delays. It even has handled light gaming, web browsing, and multitasking as smoothly as the flagships or more expensive competitors. The all glass can be a total finger print magnet (it's well crafted. still, get a case) and the flashy start up "hello moto" screen can be a little annoying after the first ten times of turning the phone on. My only real concern is the turbo charge makes my phone a little warm.. But all in all, it's a sleek and great android device for the price. Also, not as much bloat ware which is another plus. Even as an iPhone user, I would consider making this my main phone.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Decent phone at mid-range price point

    Posted
    Peach
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I "upgrade" from my 5 yrs old Galaxy S4 to the mid tier X4, so there is some improvement, and some regression The upgrade 1) The battery last longer. 2) Device runs cooler 4) finger print sensor 5) Bluetooth connection is very solid 6) USB C quick charge 7) Camera is slightly better, angle is very wide, with distortion, low light performance is better. front camera has 16MP. 8) Front firing speaker is loud, and sounds better than what you expect from a tiny speaker. 9) IP68 Water resistent The regression 1) It is heavier. 2) No dedicate button for "back" and "menu", the "one button nav" works, but it is not a replacement of the "back" button. 3) No HDMI output, the S4 is a very good amazon video/youtube player for TV. 4) Display is not OLED, but the LTPS IPS looks fine. 5) The pre-installed email client does not work for my exchange account 6) No calendar notification/alarm at lock screen as on the S4 Overall, it is a very decent phone at $299.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I actually love it

    Posted
    Hank
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    I have only had Motorola phones so I try to stick to them so I don't have to learn how to use another brand. I bought this phone on sale for only $229 to replace my 2 year old Moto Z Play. I do not like or want to get into some payment scheme/loan with the mobile phone provider and prefer to pay a reasonable price outright for a phone. This phone is smooth and easy to use. The battery is pretty good but not as good as some other phones. It will easily last all day for me with moderate use. One of the reasons I chose it was because it was smaller than many of the other options which makes it easy to carry and its use much more convenient. Bottom line is I would highly recommend it for what I use it for which is phone calls, texting, internet, and Netflix/streaming. I can't think of any reason I would rather pay $20-$35+ per month for another phone that does the same thing.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great phone, awesome selfie camera

    Posted
    Chandler

    I've had the X4 for most of last week and love it so far. It is a great all the way around. The looks are like that of other phones selling much more. Favorite features: Camera - selfie camera is awesome and best I've ever seen by far. And it includes a real flash. I've read the camera lags, but I haven't had any issues like that. Standard camera is dual and takes some great pics also. Battery - I've been getting either all day or very close to all day with normal usage. Comes with a rapid charger. Very clean operating system with some cool features like twist to launch camera. Recent phones I've had are iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S7

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Phone For the Price

    Posted
    JohnTheOhioan
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I was looking for the best possible mid-range phone and I found it with the Moto X4. The design and build feels like a high end phone but for half the price. Comes with little or no bloat ware is basically stock Android with only a couple Moto apps which are actually pretty useful. Set up was very easy and all basic features work great. The Snapdragon 630 processor is more than powerful enough to handle all functions of the phone fast and efficiently. Camera is very satisfactory, a lot of reviews slammed the camera on the X4, and yes it may not compare to cameras in $900 high end phones but it takes good pictures and camera has decent features. Screen is bright & clear good resolution. Speakers sound just fine. I mean for the price this phone feels high end and with the specs under the hood you can't beat it. I shopped all the mid-range phone this is the best.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Phone for the price

    Posted
    Adagom

    I have to say that this is one of the better phones I have had in a while. I have owned nexuses, galaxies, some htc's and some lg's, and this phone has really what I was looking for. 1st moto actions are intuitive and useful, 2nd the build quality matches phones twice the price, 3rd the software is barebone pure Android with some minor tweaks from Motorola and it works smoothly with no lag or stutter. 4th the camera is good with some useful features, maybe it cannot match the cameras on the most expensive flagships handsets but the photos that I have taken looks good with a lot details. Last but not least, the performance in the Sprint network have been great and even I am able to use HD voice during my calls with other Sprint subscribers. For $400 this phone has a lot to offer and I can say I am extremely satisfied with my purchase. Great job Motorola!

    I would recommend this to a friend