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The MOTO E4 and E4 Plus leaked press render

We have already reported that Motorola is planning to refresh its product stack with more options being added to its budget category with the leak of the MOTO C range. Most were wondering how they would differentiate between those and the existing MOTO E line of smartphones, in recent leaks it turns out that the latter might get a metal back just like the recently launched MOTO G series smartphones.

The E4 was spotted again when it was certified by the FCC earlier in the month and now it seems the device was leaked on Geekbench where it was spotted by noted tipster @rquandt. This has lead to confirmation of what hardware the MOTO E4 is likely to be carrying.

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The Motorola MOTO E4 on Geekbench

The device is picked up as the motorola Moto E (4) by Geekbench and is powered by a MediaTek MT6737 quad-core SoC clocked @1.25GHz coupled with a Mali-T720MP2 GPU. The MOTO E4 is provisioned with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. It scores a modest 551 points and 1541 points in the single-core and multi-core tests respectively.

Apart from this it has been confirmed to be a dual-SIM device with support for the following connectivity options, 4G LTE (VoLTE), 2.4GHz band WiFi up-to an unspecified standard and  Bluetooth v.4.2. Powering all this hardware is a 2800mAh battery pack. On the software front the MOTO E4 will likely run on a lightly customised stock flavour of Android v7.0, Nougat. With the MT6737 SoC the device is limited to a HD (720 x1280) display and a maximum camera megapixel count of 13. The device is expected to cost between ~$100 (~₹6,500) –>$200 (~₹12,950) depending on the various variants with different amounts of RAM and internal storage.

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Abhay Masand
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  • vineet negi

    Should I sell my e3 power right now to upgrade e4?