An FCC test report was recently uncovered for a Motorola-branded phone under the model number XT1773 – believed to be the Motorola Moto E4 Plus, according to WinFuture leaker. As per current reports the phone has got all the required certification from FCC which regulates worldwide and interstate communication by wire, satellite, cable and radio in the US. Last year’s Moto E3 devices launched in September, so there is likely a very long way to go until we see the E4 debut – and a lot of time for more leaks.
The Moto E4 Plus will be the bigger brother of Moto E4 with a larger display. Moto E4 Plus will also have a non-removable battery which could make the phone slimmer and lighter. Therefore, the device may sport much more premium features than the Moto E4. The 32GB variant of the Moto G5 bears a 2GB RAM and the 64GB variant of the device is equipped with a 4GB RAM while the Moto G5 bears a battery capacity of 3000 mAh. Earlier also, another device with model number XT1750 received FCC certification which revealed that smartphone would be having 8GB of internal storage. This listing was spotted by Ronald Quandt, and the device comes with a XT1773 model number.
As per the Wi-Fi certification, the Moto XT1750 will be powered by octa-core Mediatek 6580 chipset while Moto XT1754 is powered by quad core Mediatek 6737 chipset. The smartphones are said to come in single and dual sim options and will run on Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. With the launch of these phones, it seems like Moto is looking to establish market dominance across the range. The devices are also expected to feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 SoC.