There have been so many leaks and rumors about the Moto E4 and E4 Plus, recently. But since Motorola is yet to confirm the launch date for these smartphones, the trickle of leaks doesn’t seems to be stopping. As the name suggests, these handsets are successors to the last year’s Moto E3 and also replaces the G4 Play.
The latest thing about the upcoming Moto E4 and E4 Plus is, their images, the entire details about their specs, and price details had been leaked, yesterday. Interestingly, the latest leak is in line with the earlier leaks.
Accordingly, the Moto E4 features a 5-inch display of 720p resolution with LCD touchscreen; powered by a MediaTek MT6737M processor, clocked at 1.3GHz with the Quad-Core Cortex-A53 chipset; and a 2GB RAM with 16GB internal storage, expandable via microSD card.
Moreover, it sports an 8MP rear camera and 5MP selfie camera; and the battery capacity is 2800mAh. Connectivity options that it supports, include 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11n, GPS and NFC; and runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. The handset will be available in three color variants such as Gray, Gold and Blue.
Whereas in the Moto E4 Plus, most of the E4’s specs are retained to be the same, except a few upgrades. Correspondingly, the E4 Plus will feature a bigger 5.5-inch display; its rear camera carries a 13MP sensor, while the selfie camera remains same; and will be packed with the massive 5000mAh battery. It will be available in Gold and Gray color.
Though as of now, the E4 Plus will come with 2GB of RAM, there will also be a 3GB variant, which is expected to cost more than the said variant.
Comparably, both the models will have a fingerprint sensor up front and even dual-SIM support. However, it is doubtful whether or not, a hybrid slot will be employed. In addition, they won’t be the slimmest devices around; as the E4 is 8.99mm thick, and weighs 151g; while the E4 Plus comes in at 9.55mm and 198g.
Finally, the E4 holds a price tag of €150, whereas the E4 Plus is set for €190, in the European markets; where they are expected to be launched initially.