Moto E4 Launching Soon: 5 Key Features and Price

Prayank

Motorola E4 which was first announced in the US last month at $179.99 and launched in the UK a few days back for £159.95 has been tipped to be launched in India in the sub-Rs.10,000 category.

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According to a report in India Today Tech, the tip came from a deleted tweet from a Mumbai-based retailer who suggested that the device will be available for Rs.8500.

The Lenovo-owned brand has launched an array of smartphones in India, covering all price bands from the cheapest sub-10,000 category with Moto C, to budget sub-20,000 with Moto G and flagship with Moto Z series.

While there have been speculations of the Moto E4 arriving in India soon, there is no news about its bigger E4 Plus variant being launched here yet.

Display and Design

The Moto E4 features a 5-inch HD  LCD protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Its form factor seems identical to the recently released Moto G5 and its screen-to-body ratio is 65.9%.

The device also features a splash resistant design comes in Licorice Black and Fine Gold colours.

SoC

The device is powered by quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor which clocks at 1.4GHz and is supported by Adreno 308 GPU.

Memory and Storage

The Moto E4 gets 2GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage which is further expandable by 128GB via a microSD card.

Camera

The device sports an 8MP rear camera unit equipped with autofocus for even low light photography and a 5MP front camera for selfies.

Battery and OS

The Moto E4 comes with a 2800 mAh battery pack which is sufficient to see you through the entire day and runs on the latest Android Nougat 7.1 operating system.

The home button in the front is embedded with a fingerprint sensor which allows you to secure your phone with the latest tech in the market, saving you the hassle of drawing a pattern to access the device at all times.

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