Motorola is bringing hot new smartphones to the market following the little misgiving it gave fans with the branding situation it found itself in after Lenovo acquired the Motorola brand. Seeing as Lenovo has chosen to adopt the Motorola name along with its credibility and fan base, the tech company has been spotted to be planning a rollout of two new smartphones which should be expected to unveil pretty soon.
The new smartphones, the Moto E4 and the E4 Plus, were made public after it was sighted on FCC certification website. The smartphones which appeared on the certification website came bearing some more information regarding the possible specs to expect on the upcoming smartphone from the stables of the tech company.
Accordion to the listing which surfaced on the certification website, the Motorola E4 and the E4 Plus will be coming to market sporting a huge 5,000 mAh battery and a MediaTek processor under the hood which means the tech company is choosing to dump the Qualcomm brand in the making of its new smartphones.
The Moto E4 will, however, feature a disproportionately small battery capacity compared to the 5,000 mAh found on the E4 Plus as it will be loaded with just 2,800 mAh battery. Other differences apart from the obvious size disparity between the smartphones will be made known later as new leaks of the device drop online.
The Moto E4 Plus is however expected to come to market sporting a non-removable battery and come running on the latest Android OS 7.0 Nougat along with some other improvements.
As appeared on the certification website, the Moto E4 and the E4 Plus variant will come sporting the model number XT1762 for the E4 and XT1773 for the E4 Plus.
The device is according to the specs sheet coming to market with a rather low 16GB of internal storage memory although this comes as an improvement over the 8GB fitted on the Moto G3 from last year.
The Moto E4 Plus will also come with connectivity options including support for 4G LTE technology.