As the entire world is wondering what kind of impressive hardware specs Samsung, Google and Apple’s next-generation flagship smartphones will have to offer in 2019, we can’t stop from thinking about how much they will cost. Even though high-end smartphones are shipping with more and more impressive hardware specs every year, their prices are also going up. Take for example the latest iPhone XS Max which costs more than $1,000. This also extends to the Android side of the market since Samsung’s flagship smartphones also feature similar price tags.
With that said, today we want to present Moto G4 and check out everything there is to know about the smartphone. The reason why we are doing this is to get an idea if an affordable smartphone like Moto G4 has what it takes to still be used as a daily carrier in 2019.
Super Affordable Smartphone
We want to note right from the start that you shouldn’t expect Moto G4 to ship with the same features as the likes of iPhone XS Max or Galaxy Note 9 do. However, Moto G4 makes up for the lack of powerful hardware specs with its super affordable price that starts at $200.
Reliable Hardware Parts
Leaving the price tag aside, Moto G4 ships with a 5.5-inches display that uses IPS LCD technology. The display has been coated in Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for additional protection against screen cracks and scratches. In addition, the ISP LCD technology helps Moto G4’s display offer a full HD pixel resolution of 1080 x 1920. If we take a look under the hood of Moto G4, we are going to see that the smartphone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 617 CPU which ships alongside an Adreno 405 GPU and 2GB of RAM.
From the looks of it, Moto G4 has more than what it takes to still be used as a daily carrier in 2019. The smartphone is reliable and the cheap $200 price tag is its biggest asset.
Shawn Cooper is a tech journalist who graduated from St. John’s University and specializes in writing everything from the IT industry, scientific research, robotics, and the digital world. Cooper is also the lead editor for Tech News Watch. In his spare time, when he is not playing computer games, you will see him writing reviews on different tech products or games. Shawn also likes to spend countless hours on social media to hunt the latest news from the biggest technology companies, so that his reports are as fresh as possible.