Apr 20, 2017 04:28 AM EDT
The upcoming Motorola E4 Plus and Motorola E4 smartphones have been rumored around for quite a while now and photos of the two smartphones have at last made their way on the web. Motorola is apparently anticipating to release a series of new gadgets including the Motorola E4 plus and Motorola E4.
While the Motorola sign is obviously noticeable on the edge of the Motorola E4 Plus, the Motorola E4 sports the symbol at the base. Tech tipster Evan Blass recently took to his Twitter handle (@evleaks) to give phone lovers a short detail about the Motorola E4 plus and Motorola E4 by posting a photograph of the two smartphones alongside each other. However, if the lately surfaced pictures are anything to hold on to, the Motorola E4 plus and Motorola E4 may be launched June 20.
According to The Indian Express, the Motorola E4 Plus and Motorola E4 smartphones are said to be equipped with Android 7.0 Nougat. Scheduled to hit the retail stores in 2017, the Motorola E4 Plus and the Motorola E4 are anticipated to have an FWVGA display and 5-inch HD display respectively. The devices will be engineered with a MediaTek chipsets required to be upheld by strong batteries: 5,000mAh for the E4 plus and 2,800mAh for the Motorola E4.
The Motorola E4 Plus has a fingerprint sensor at the front. This feature won't be accessible for the Motorola E line sometime recently. Nevertheless, the Motorola E4 Plus configuration appears to have a similarity to the latest released Motorola G5 Plus and G5, with an indistinguishable design reported AndroidPolice.
Besides that, there are speculations that the Lenovo-owned smartphone manufacturer is additionally taking a shot at the Motorola X close a cheaper Moto C phone. Motorola is hard as it takes a shot at the successor of 2016's Moto Z and Moto Z-Drive.
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