Moto E4 Plus with 5000mAh Battery, Launched in Oxford Blue Colour

Isaac Cain
September 23, 2017

Motorola Moto X4 comes with a dual-camera setup on the rear with a 12 MP dual autofocus Pixel sensor and an "ultra wide-angle" unit with an 8 MP sensor.

Blue color is the latest trend amongst smartphones vendors and taking this forward, Motorola has launched its highly successful E4 Plus in Oxford Blue color. There is a 3000mAh non-removable battery inside, supporting Motorola's Turbo Charging fast charging standard.

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Google announced a new Android One smartphone for customers of its USA mobile service Project Fi. If you had been following the Motorola India Twitter page, the company was teasing a phone with the #xperience hashtag. Rather, the device runs a midrange Qualcomm Snapdragon 630, which has a 2.2GHz octa-core CPU coupled with the Adreno 508, a GPU that should allow it to run most games and apps. The launch of the Android One Moto X4 on Project Fi is "the next step in our commitment to work with more partners and expand Android One to new places", Google said. Moreover, the phone also features a 16 MP camera on the front with a front facing flash. It comes in 32GB in-built storage, which can be expanded upto 2TB using MicroSD card. Google has announced in advance that it will get Android P next year. Android 8.0 Oreo update will bring new features to the device to improve its performance.

Does Motorola's smartphone deal appear like a stellar purchasing decision? The smartphone offers Hybrid SIM slot with support for 4G LTE and VoLte features on either of the slots. On the battery front, the Moto E4 Plus packs a high-density 5,000mAh non-removable battery with 10W rapid charger support. The differences in these two devices truly makes the extra... zero dollars worth the extra push if you weren't already convinced by the original. Further, on the off chance that you exchange the old gadget for an Android One Moto X4 by October 5, you'll procure an additional $50 Fi credit.

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