During last year we could see how the mid-range took a giant step, both in the design and in the specifications of the phone. However, we can not say the same of the entry range, since to this day, we can not find many decent options below $150.
One of the companies that tries to have more presence in this range is Lenovo, through Moto, even the old Motorola gave it special importance. Now, it seems that they are determined to renew their bet for this niche, along with the Moto C, which will be the cheapest phone in the history of Motorola. The company also intends to renew the Moto E and we already know its physical appearance.
This is the design of the new Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus
Evan Blass, known for filtering data and images on smartphones which are still not released, has published a tweet in which he shows the front design of the new Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus.
As you can see, both would have a very traditional and rough design. It seems like, the Moto E4 Plus would incorporate a fingerprint reader located on the front.
The rest of its specifications, would be typical in the low range, a screen 5 inches at 480 × 854 resolution, MediaTek processor, 16 GB of internal memory and 5 megapixel and 2 megapixel rear and front cameras respectively, enough to use WhatsApp and little multimedia.
It should be noted that the main value of Moto E series is the software, as Lenovo gives them great maintenance and it also has a large community. The second generation Moto E have already received Android Nougat, an update which is not seen in other entry range phones.
(Here they are side-by-side) pic.twitter.com/vE0XK4j9OI
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 15, 2017