Motorola’s 2019 flagship, the Moto Z4, is due to receive its first software update. Motorola has already shared the update’s release notes revealing that the update will improve the stability of the device as well as fix bugs.
That’s not a lot, but given the fact that the device is yet to ship to the customers — it’s due on 6th June — it certainly pleases us to know that Motorola has been quick to identify and quash the bugs.
The $499 flagship from Motorola carriers a Snapdragon 675 chipset, but one of its strong point is that supports 5G via a Moto Mod even though that will cost you an extra $200. Even at the combined cost of $700, the Moto Z4 gives you 5G experience at almost half the cost compared to the Galaxy S10 5G that costs you a dear $1,399.
The main selling point of Motorola Z4 remains its price of $499, which gives you a near-stock UI and cool features in the software, on-screen fingerprint sensor, Moto Mods, 48MP rear cam and 25MP selfie cam, and headphone jack. Add a free 360-degree camera Moto mod if you pre-order the device.