Amazon sold Moto Z4 before Motorola announced it

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Habeeb Akorede

America’s e-commerce giant, Amazon has reportedly showcased a Moto Z4 on its website and sold it to someone even before it’s official announcement by Motorola.

According to Amazon’s listing, the Moto Z4 features a 6.4-inch OLED screen at a resolution of 2340 x 1080. Underneath it is an in-display fingerprint reader.

Moto Z4

Powering the phone is Snapdragon’s 675 processor, which is newer than the 670 chipset in the recently released Pixel 3A.

It also includes 128GB of built-in storage (expandable with microSD), 4GB of RAM, a 3,600mAh battery (with 15-watt fast charging), a headphone jack and a 360 degree camera.

This listing is said to be for the Amazon-exclusive model of the Moto Z4, which comes preloaded with Alexa and costs about $499.99.

The page is said to have been pulled down after Amazon shipped it to someone who made order immediately.

The buyer who seems impressed by the device has posted an unboxing video on YouTube with some hands-on impressions.

He also noted that the device that Amazon shipped might be running prerelease software as he expressed some frustrations he encountered using the phone on Reddit.

With Amazon being able to already ship units out, the Moto Z4’s proper announcement and release are likely coming very soon.

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