Moto E4 Plus with 5000mAh battery certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
The Lenovo and Motorola are seen to update their E-series with the new smartphone launch shortly. The device was passed through the Federal Communications Commission which certified the Motorola device with model number XT1773. The handset will be named as Moto E4 Plus.
Moto E4 Plus to show up with attractive features
The device is known to pose a 5000 mAh battery (non-removable). This smartphone has the Motorola’s largest battery capacity ever offered in the previous cell phone launches. Further, the device is equipped with all the latest features like
- 4G LTE connection
- Bluetooth Low Energy v4.2
- 2.4GHz Wi-Fi 802.11-n support
- NFC, etc.
The MediaTek Chipset also powers it.
Motorola plans to release Moto E4 mobile phone too. The device XT1762 has been certified by FCC earlier in the previous week. According to PhoneArena, the new phone is known to have features like
- 2,800 mAh battery
- internal storage of 16GB
- Bluetooth 4.2
- 4G LTE with a dual sim support.
Both these smartphones have Android 7.0 Nougat installed out of the box.
The new E-series to replace the old
The two, Moto E4 and E4 plus are seen to replace the other two smartphones released by the company earlier in September, Moto E3 and Moto E3 Power. Having the E series certified by the FCC, one can expect them to be in the market soon in the upcoming months.
Other than the E series, Moto consists of Moto X and Z series too. However, the Lenovo acquisition has become dangerous for these devices.
With Lenovo having acquired the Motorola company, it has become the third largest company of manufacturing smartphones. With this, the shoppers in the market have huge expectations in the coming future from the enterprise.