Moto E4, E4 Plus Specs And Price Confirmed With These New Leaks

It is certain, Moto E4 will be the successor of Motorola's existing flagship. The Moto E3 was just launched last year, and now the company is ready to release a new line-up of smartphones. Today, Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus specs and price leaked and show a really great looking budget phones.

Moto E4 And E4 Plus Specs

According to Gadgets 360, a report claims that Moto E4 will run on the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat. It will sport a 5-inch HD LCD display, that is 720x1280 pixels, and be powered by a 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6737M quad-core chipset. It offers 16GB memory storage with the option to expand using a microSD. The camera of Moto E4 will sport an 8 MP rear sensor and a 5 MP front sensor while its battery packs 2800mAh.

On the other hand, Moto E4 Plus is almost the same as E4 but slightly larger with a 5.5-inch HD display, that is 720x1280 pixels. The rear camera sensor amps up to 13 MP and there will also be an accompanying 3GB RAM as a variant option. It whopping point is the 5000mAh battery packed inside the Moto E4 Plus smartphone. All other specifications that are not mentioned will be similar to the smaller one.

A recent leak suggested by Evan Blass indicates that the Moto E4 Plus is not only slightly larger when compared to the Moto E4, but will also sport design changes as well. The Moto E4 Plus will have a Home Button in the front part of the device and a fingerprint sensor underneath, while the Moto E4 won't have any Home Button at all. The placement of the front cameras will also be a little different from one another.

Moto E4 And E4 Plus Price

Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus are this year's most affordable smartphones of the tech firm. However, an even cheaper pair of mobile devices looks to be on the way, according to TechRadar. So far, the only price leak puts the Moto E4 at around the price of150 euros, that is roughly $165 and the Moto E4 Plus is at around 190 euros, approximately $205.


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