Moto X4 Android One edition in works

Google's failed Android One program came into lime light last week with the entry of Rs. 14,999 or $230 Xiaomi Mi A1. Now it appears that Motorola is joining the club. Evan Blass has shared a render of the Moto X4, with Android One logo etched at the back. Unfortunately no other details were shared.

The Moto X4 was announced at IFA 2017 last month, and previous reports have suggested that the Moto X4 launching in the U.S will support Google's Project Fi, which will enable the device  to switch seamlessly between U.S telecom operators Sprint, T-Mobile and US cellular wide area networks for the best possible signal. So it is possible that, the Moto X4 will launch in the U.S as Android One Edition.

The new Android One devices, the Mi A1 and the alleged upcoming Moto X4 break many rules of Android One Program. They are not cheap and specs in offer are premium, when compared to previous Android One devices.

Initially, Android One program was designed to bring low-cost Android devices (around Rs. 5,000 or $78) to developing countries to provide high-quality Android experience as well as regular software upgrade. The countries where the Android One program was launched, Google teamed up with local vendors (For instance, Micromax, Lava in India, Cherry Mobile in Philippines, GM in Turkey, BQ in Spain) to launch devices.

But now it seems that by collaborating with the big guns like Xiaomi and Motorola and offering devices with premium specs at reasonable price, Google is eyeing to revive its Android One program, and take it a step further.

Kaiser Bey
Kaiser is a tech enthusiast who likes to write, read and talk about tech. He dreams of going to Mars and never come back. We hope that you find his posts on AndroGuider helpful and informative
Moto X4 Android One edition in works Moto X4 Android One edition in works Reviewed by Kaiser on 9/11/2017 05:27:00 PM
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