Motorola is reportedly working on refreshing the Moto E series with a new Moto E4 or Moto E 2017. The phone has appeared in several official listings and the latest to do so is Indonesia’s P3DN.
Here, the internal details of the Moto E4 have been confirmed and so are some aspects of the exterior design. The device has model number XT1755 (Moto E3 had model number XT1723) and apparently, the phone will be shipping with a 5-inch display with an FWVGA resolution (854 x 480 pixels), which basically confirms that this is a budget phone.
Under the hood, the Moto E4 is expected to come in with a MediaTek MT6737M processor that is paired with up to four different RAM capacities. The base model has 1GB while the high-end model has 4GB RAM. However, each of these four variants has the same 16GB of internal storage, which should be expandable via a microSD card.
The low-end specs on the Moto E4 continue with a mere 5MP lens on the back and a 2MP lens on the front. The main camera has autofocus on board and even though not mentioned, a LED flash should also be included to light up dark places and deliver better shots. To keep the E4 going will be a 2300mAh battery that is removable, a feature that is becoming rear to come by with each passing day. Software-wise, the Moto E4 should make its debut with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.
As noted earlier, it’s not the first time that details of the Moto E4 are doing rounds. However, the previous appearance on FCC brought forward an unexpected Moto E4 Plus that is set to feature a monstrous 5000mAh battery unit. But it seems the specs of these phones, including the standard E4, will differ in specific markets.