Moto E4 Plus expected to come with 5000mAh battery
The image features the front panel of the Moto E3 Power. Photograph: (WION)
Lenovo-owned Motorola seems to be all set to launch the successors to its Moto E3 smartphone. The company apparently has got an approval on the next-generation Moto E models from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Speculations are rife that the latest Moto device passed by the Federal Communications Commission will be a larger variant of the Moto E4 and will be called the Moto E4 Plus. There is, however, no official confirmation on the same.
Besides the name of the phone, other details about the purported Moto E4 Plus have also surfaced on the Internet. According to an FCC Test report shared by tipster Roland Quandt on Twitter, the upcoming Moto phone, with a model number XT1773, will come packed with a 5000mAh battery. And instead of a Snapdragon processor, it will have a MediaTek chipset under the hood, claims the report.
Motorola XT1773 (what could be the Moto E4 Plus) w/ a 5000mAh (!!!!!!) battery and MediaTek SoC just went thru FCC: https://t.co/9Aorj6PaKp— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) April 6, 2017
If we go by the details in the FCC filing, the Moto E4 Plus will also include 4G LTE connectivity, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi 802.11-n support, Bluetooth Low Energy (v4.2), and NFC.
It was only last week when the Moto E4 was found to be certified by the FCC. The Moto E4 is likely to come with a 2800mAh battery, 16GB of internal storage and Android 7.0 Nougat.
The Moto E4 and E4 Plus will be the successors to the last-gen Moto E3 and Moto E3 Power, respectively. It is still unknown when Lenovo will take the wraps off these new Moto devices.