Huge battery, low price
Motorola has just announced a new device to renew its entry phones, the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus.
This line has been surprising us since, for a very low cost, they manage to give us a fairly practical and stable team. And this time We have a pleasant surprise since the larger E4 Plus model will come with a gigantic 5,000 mAh battery that Motorola is promoting as two days long.. Considering that the phone has a 5.5 screen but only HD (1280 × 720), it is not difficult to believe that the phone will be able to achieve this autonomy. The 5-inch E4 model comes with a much more modest 2,800 mAh battery. The price? $ 128 for the Moto E4, and $ 179 for the Moto E4 Plus in North America.
These phones have a 13 megapixel camera (8 in the case of the Moto E4), 2 or 3 GBs of RAM (depending on the configuration), and the Mediatek MT6737M processor, a low-cost processor, but with a performance similar to the more familiar Snapdragon 410, more than enough to run several of the applications available for Android (and undoubtedly helped by the fact of not having to handle so many pixels, due to a lower resolution).
The phone will come with Android Nougat 7.1.1 (As with the other new Motorola phones, the Moto Z2 Play), and yes, they will have a built-in FM radio.
It strikes me how these phones have evolved, especially since the first Moto E that I had the opportunity to test about 3 years ago. Today, both mid-range phones and these, entry-level, are extremely viable options if you are looking for a capable smartphone, but without the need to triple or quadruple the price every year. If the photography is secondary, and they are not very interested in the subject of games, they simply want a phone that meets the need and also has a battery that makes us not worry about it, the Moto E4 Plus seems to be a good one. candidate.
According to Motorola, these phones will be available soon, in gray, gold and blue (the latter only on E4). And they all seem to offer a refined design, which reminds me a lot of the highest end line, that of Moto Z