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The Moto X4 has a 5.2-inch full HD (1080p) display. Its skin is water-resistant and oh-so-shiny. 

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One of the X4's biggest draws is its ability to connect to multiple Bluetooth devices at once. It's not exactly a Sonos-killer, as the standard 30-foot (10-metre) range of Bluetooth still applies, but that does mean you can stream music to multiple speakers for a stereo effect in your living room or share tunes with a friend over two pairs of headphones.

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The feature comes through a software overlay from a French startup called Tempow. The company promises music will play in sync to all connected devices. The X4 runs on Bluetooth 5, but it will support any Bluetooth device with the A2DP standard.

Even better, it's integrated into the existing Settings menu so there's no need for a separate app. There you can control the volume for each Bluetooth device individually. That's pretty cool. To control the volume of all devices at once, use the volume rocker on the X4's spine.

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It all runs on Android Nougat 7.1.1 and a 2.2GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor. The battery is 3,000mAh.

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The X4 has a full array of included apps, most of which you've probably seen before. But what's new on a Moto phone is Amazon's Alexa voice app.

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The X4 has two rear cameras (12 and 8 megapixels), with a flash.

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Around front, there's a 16-megapixel selfie camera with its own flash.

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See, I told you the skin was shiny. The X4 doesn't feel flimsy or cheap, either. 

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The X4 can even take a bath. You'll be able to get it in two colors: super black or sterling blue. 

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The X4 has a fingerprint reader that supports NFC, which means you can use the phone to buy goods through Android Pay.

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The X4 supports USB-C and it has a microSD card slot for cards as large as 2TB. It also has a standard 3.5mm headset jack.

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