After making enthusiasts wait for weeks, Motorola's latest offering Moto G4 Plus, will finally come to Canada. The Lenovo-owned company did reveal at the time of launch that the budget smartphone will come to the country but didn't announce the release date.
The Moto G4 Plus was released in India along with its lower-end sibling, the Moto G, last month. It has caught the attention of gadget lovers with its impressive specifications, especially the camera.
Now, MobileSyrup (via PhoneArena) has reported citing sources that the Moto G4 Plus will be launched in Canada on Wednesday, and the internal document obtained by the site has confirmed it. The report added citing sources at Wind Mobile that the device will be "available for $0 on the $15 WindTab plan; $199 on the $5 WindTab Boost plan; $349 on the WindTab; and $449 outright."
The mid-range device is expected to come to Canada through carriers like Bell, Virgin, Koodo, Telus, Rogers, Wind Mobile and Sasktel.
The Moto G4 Plus has received good reviews in India and may find buyers in Canada for more reasons than one. It has an impressive specifications and a delight for photography enthusiasts.
The device sports a 5.5-inch display with 1,080x1,920 pixels (401 ppi pixel density), powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, comes packed in two variants â€“ a 16GB internal storage and 2GB RAM and a 32GB internal memory and 3GB RAM, and houses a 3,000mAh battery with Turbo charger.
It has a 16MP camera with OmniVision Pure Cel Plus sensor, PDAF (Phase Detection Auto Focus) and dual-LED flash, and a 5MP camera with wide-angle lens. Interestingly, DxOMark, which is known for mobile phone camera review, has rated Moto G4 Plus high with a score of 84 for exposure and contrast, 85 for colour, 91 for autofocus, 85 for texture, 86 for noise, 85 for artifacts and 77 for flash, taking the total still image score to 85. The overall score is higher than flagship smartphones like the iPhone 6s (83), iPhone 6s Plus (84), Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (84), and Samsung Galaxy S5 (80).