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Google surely has revitalized the Android One project for sure. Today marks the first ever entrance of the Google’s Android One phone in the US with the launch of the Moto X4. Now, leaksters had sniffed the move from Google was coming some weeks earlier. The newly launched Moto X4 will also work with Project Fi across the US. Google is asking $399 (approx. Rs 25,816) for the stock Android Moto X4. Google also has some exchange offers to attract potential buyers.

If old Nexus smartphones are exchanged, buyers can get up to $165 discounts on their purchase. And if the exchange takes place before October 5, users can earn $50 Fi credit. Google’s Fi project is a technology that uses a combination of wireless and cellular networks to get you optimum speed for calls and texts. It was introduced in 2015 in the US and uses T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular networks.

Amongst the perks of Android One projects is fast OS updates, and Google has promised just that with the Moto X4. Google has announced in advance that it will get Android P next year. Not to mention Android Oreo, this year.

In terms of specifications, we are looking at the same Moto X4, that launched on September 1. But with better stock Android. Amongst the highlights of the device is the dual camera setup a 12-megapixel sensor with, f/2.0 aperture, along with an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle with a 120-degree field of view, and aperture f/2.2. It also has a respectable Snapdragon 630 with 3 GB/4 GB RAM options. To know more about the specs of the device, visit this link here.