Moto’s upcoming phones have been leaking aggressively over the past weeks. Adding up on that, today, a new report has completely taken the wraps off of the company’s soon-to-be-launched upgraded E series smartphones – the E4 and E4 Plus. As you’d expect, both are budget offerings and feature specifications accordingly. It’s also rumored that the E series will be replacing the Moto’s incredibly popular G lineup in the future.
As far as the design is concerned, both of the handsets sport similar builds to that of Moto’s fifth generation G lineup with a circular camera ring on the back and a front fingerprint sensor. There’s MediaTek’s quad-core MT6737M CPU clocked at 1.3Ghz powering both of them along with 2GB RAM (there’s an option for 3GB as well for the E4 Plus) and 16GB of internal storage which is expandable via a MicroSD card. The biggest difference is although, in the battery department, the Moto E4 comes with a 2800mAh pack and the E4 Plus rocks a significantly larger 5000mAh battery. Both the batteries, however, are removable which is nice.
Furthermore, both of the smartphones come with a 720p LCD panel up front with variations in the size. The Moto E4 features a 5-inch one and the E4 Plus, a 5.5-inch display. Other similarities include the presence of NFC, Dual-SIM, and 4G support. They both run Android Nougat 7.1.1 with a few Moto-specific tweaks on top. Camera arrangement on the E4 incorporates an 8+5MP setup and 13+5MP on the E4 Plus.
The Moto E4 and E4 Plus are expected to be priced roughly at 150 euros (~INR 10,500) and 190 euros (~INR 13,500) respectively. Color options will include Gray and Gold for both of them. There’s no word currently on their official launch, we’ll update you whenever they do.