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On the front, the Moto Z4 comes packed with 25MP selfie shooter.
The phone is backed by a 3,600m Ah battery and comes bundled with 15W Turbo Power fast charging technology.
The company also released the Android 8.1 Oreo update for the Moto G4 Plus in February even as an "unplanned upgrade" that was miscommunicated in 2017.
Moreover, the Moto Z3 started receiving Android Pie update in January.
This will be the first instance of Motorola cutting down on the update cycle of its phones.
The phone only has one variant with 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage and retails for 9.99 in the US.
It is highlighted that instead of receiving monthly security updates, the Moto Z4 would get bi-monthly updates.
This means the users won't even get monthly security patches on the phone that arrived in the US last month.
But it appears the Lenovo-owned company would end up bringing Android Q as the only major update to its flagship later this year.
Although the Moto Z4 is not in plans to receive Android R, which is likely to arrive next year as the successor to Android Q, Motorola does have plans to offer security updates to its latest flagship phone for two years, Digital Trends reported while mentioning the company's confirmation on bringing Android Q as the only major Android update for the Moto Z-series handset.