The Z4 incorporates an octa-core (2 GHz, dual-core, Kryo 460 + 1.7 GHz, hexa-core, Kryo 460) Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor. Coupled with 4GB RAM, the processor promises to deliver a decent and lag-free performance. And it stands true to its claim.
While the midrange processor isn’t as snappy and fast as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (as seen in OnePlus 6T) or 855, it is energy-savvy and performs smoothly. The phone can perform everyday tasks like calling, texting, video streaming, etc., without any glitch or lag whatsoever. When it comes to gaming, the phone can handle graphics-intensive games like Asphalt and PUBG quite well, although we recommend that you opt for the medium setting.
Coming to the OS, the Moto Z4 runs on Android v9 (Pie) which is clean and bloatware free. You get the stock Android experience. So, there’s hardly anything to complain about here.