Motorolla G4 REVIEW


Hello Moto! The first Moto smartphone since Motorola was bought by Lenovo is an update of the budget superstar, the Moto G. Does the new fourth generation Moto G4 capture what was so good about the last three Moto G phones? Lets find out!


Display: 5.5’ HD Capacitive Touch Screen

OS: Android 6.1 (Marshmallow)

Camera: 13 MP rear, 5 MP front

Memory: 16GB ROM + 2 gig RAM

Connectivity: WiFi, WiFi Hotspot, USB, Bluetooth

Colors Available: Black, Grey, Red, Blue, Brown



The Moto G4 is an embodiment of an aesthetic with a cheerful look, streamlined design that fits like its made for your pocket, rounded edges that allows for easy grip and the surprisingly comfortable dimple on the back. Lenovo’s Moto G4 has pretty much dumped that winning design and looks a lot more generic as a result.

Operating System and Connectivity:

The Motorolla G4 goes about its business on Android 6.1 Marshmallow OS; Which is powered by a 2GB RAM. The Octa-core processor: runs multiple apps at the same time without slowing down to give you a seamless experience. It also features powerful graphic capabilities, supports rich 3D images and make your gaming experience the best.

Camera and Video:

With the Motorolla G4, all you need to do is shoot and let the software work out its mida’s touch. It captures better photos in low-light environments and focuses faster than the blink of an eye. With the Quick Camera, all you need to do is a double-tap the home button to start shooting.


You can stop waiting for your phone to charge. Moto G4 is designed to last a full day and then some, thanks to a 3000 mAh battery, it powers up from 0 to 100% in no time  couresy of the TurboPower charger. Up to 6 hours of power in just 15 minutes of charging. The Moto G4 also has a water repellant feature – it just means that if you splash liquid on your phone, or get caught in shower with it, it will not break down.