Moto Z4 launched by Lenovo’s Motorola with value, high specs and business potential


In the Android market, the real action is on lower cost phones that add features to compete with Samsung’s premium devices. Motorola’s Moto Z4 increases your performance as a contender for your own device.

Lenovo Motorola unit has launched its Moto Z4 to show how the company is targeted at the mid-, value- and unlocked markets with features such as Moto Mods and Verizon’s 5 G capabilities.

Finally, as part of a broader strategy for diversification and planning in the future, Lenovo banks on Motorola to continue to drive profits in its mobile units.

The real action on the Android market is in low-priced phones that add features to compete with premium devices from Samsung. In the U.S., the Moto Z4 will be available for $499 later in the summer at Verizon in Flash Gray on June 13 and Frost White. Customers can get the Moto Z4 at $240 for new activations at Verizon. The Moto Z4 will also be unlocked with a pre-sale May 30 at Best Buy, B&H, and Amazon June 6. Those retailers are going to bundle $499.99 for the Moto 360 camera mod. Verizon also sells the 5 G Moto mod for $199.99, down from a $349.99 retail price.

The Moto Z4 comes just as OnePlus launched its OnePlus Pro 7 in what is a premium device of value. The OnePlus came after the Pixel 3a was launched by Google.

For those of us who want to achieve this personal and working balance at an affordable price, we need to look at and evaluate the Motorola versus Google Pixel versus OnePlus devices relative to premium solutions that are probably too costly.

Mark Funk
Mark Funk is an experienced information security specialist who works with enterprises to mature and improve their enterprise security programs. Previously, he worked as a security news reporter.