Motorola is a company that always provides an experience that is very close to the stock Android version.
So, there’s isn’t too much to get too excited about the Android One edition of the Moto X4 smartphone. The phone will be the first of its kind to get launched in the U.S. where there are carrier locked phones and Nexus, Pixel devices but no pure Android smartphones out of the box.
Moto X4 will make things simpler for buyers in the country because it is a mid-range smartphone with some great specifications and performance. There is no bloatware even in the original edition but Android One version further removes the bundled apps, making it the purest form of Android.
Besides, it will receive quick security updates, newer Android versions and most importantly will be unlocked. No specific carrier is going to launch the phone in U.S. similar to how these devices are sold in India, where pure Android experience is provided off contract at the cheapest possible price. The last entry level device was Xiaomi Mi A1 but Moto X4 is much better in terms of brand name and specifications. It’s pricing will be almost the same as the Motorola edition at $400.