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Moto X4 Indian pricing detail leaked for 4/64GB variant



Motorola has already launched the Moto X4 is some markets, but still, the phone is not available in India. There was an event happening on October 23rd, but for some reasons, Motorola delayed it, and now, the phone is launching on November 13th. Today, we have got the information about the Indian pricing and the variant which will be available for this price. The price might interest you but keep in mind that this is the pricing for the non-Android One variant of the phone. So, it is now difficult to say if the company is going to launch the Android One variant also or not.

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Moto X4 Indian Pricing

Moto X4 Indian Pricing

The image above shows the retail box of the phone that shows the Indian location for Importer name and address. The variant has model number XT-1900-2 which means it is the dual-SIM model. There is 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. Talking about the Moto X4 Price in India, as per the image above, it is going to be Rs. 23,999. The chances are that Motorola may launch the phone at a lower price than the one listed on the retail box,

If you don’t know, the Moto X4 packs a 5.2-inch Full-HD IPS LCD Display, Snapdragon 630 Processor, 3,000mAh battery, Dual Rear Cameras, IP68 rating, Metal and Glass Body and more. Is the price of Rs.23,999 good for a phone with these specifications? Do let us know via the comments section.


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