Moto E4 to come with Android Nougat and 2GB RAM !!

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Lenovo-owned Motorola has several new phones under its hood
this year. Year 2017 is going to be an important year for Motorola as the
company is planning to ramp up its E series and launch a whole new C series of
All Moto E4 which is company’s upcoming E series budget smartphone
has been doing the rounds for quite some time now.
 The smartphone was recently
spotted online  on receiving USA’s
FCC certification and now once again has now once again been spotted on
GeekBench, a benchmarking website.
The website reveals the key specs of Moto E4 like it is
based on Android 7 aka Android Nougat and comes with 2GB RAM. According to the
GeekBench listing, Moto E4 
received 551 points in single-core test and 1514 points in multi-core

The listing shows that the smartphone runs MediaTek MT6737 clocked at
1.25 GHz quad-core processor with Mali-T720MP2 GPU.

Past leaks reveal that Moto E4 will be backed by 2800mAh
battery and will include 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 4.2, and Wi-Fi as connectivity
 Also, the smartphone will support dual SIM  functionality and come with 16GB of internal storage.
Along with Moto E4, company is also expected to launch
another E series device dubbed as E4 Plus. It recently cleared the FCC
certification and was spotted with model number XT1773. 
The FCC listing also
reveals some key specs of the phone like it may come with a non-removable
5,000mAh battery and will include connectivity options like Bluetooth Low
Energy , 4G LTE, NFC  and 2.4GHz
Wi-Fi 802.11-n support.
Meanwhile, Lenovo is also working to extend its Z line of
phones by launching Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Force. 
A recent leaked video of the
phone shows that Moto Z2 Force can break the records of its predecessor X force
to evolve as the strongest phone that Motorola has ever made.

Moto E4 power phone review

It is rumoured
that Moto Z2 Force can be bigger on battery and sport a better resolution
camera than its elder brethren Moto Z Force.

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