More than a month after its official unveiling in India and Brazil, Motorola today announced that it is bringing the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus to the United States. The handsets will be sold unlocked and will support all GSM and CDMA networks in the country.
Both, the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus sport a 5.5-inch Full HD display, a metallic chassis, and are powered by a Snapdragon 617 chipset. The standard variant comes with 16GB of internal storage and 2GB RAM, while the Plus variant is also available in 32GB/3GB RAM variant. The non-Plus variant lacks a fingerprint scanner at the front and features a toned down 13MP rear shooter. The Moto G4 Plus gains its ‘plus’ moniker from its 16MP 1.3um rear shooter that is assisted by a LaserAF sensor and a fingerprint sensor at the front. Other specifications of both phones remain the same otherwise, and include a 3000mAh battery with TurboPower support, Wi-Fi, GPS, and microUSB port.
The standard Moto G4 will be selling for $199 unlocked, with the price of its Plus sibling starting from $249. The handsets will go on sale from July 12 on Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, Fry’s, Motorola.com, Walmart, and other popular retailers. They will also be making their way to Republic Wireless on July 28. They are also already up for pre-order on Motorola’s online store.
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