Tuesday , December 11 2018

Moto E4 Specifications Leaked While Certification in Indonesia

Recently, Moto E4 and E4 Plus were spotted on the US FCC website where they were certified. Unfortunately, the FCC appearance didn’t give many details of the specs.  However, the Moto E4 has now appeared on the website of the Indonesian regulatory body P3DN where it has been certified for use in the country.

Moto E4 Specs Leak

As per the image, the Moto E4 will hit the Indonesian market, as it has a model number XT 1755 which is different from the FCC listed model with number XT 1723. The listed specifications are entirely entry-level specs and they include a 5-inch FWVGA display with a rather low 854 x 480 pixels resolution.

Also, the phone is listed with a MediaTek MT6737m processor with 1GB/2GB/3GB and 4GB RAM versions. All four versions pack the same 16GB storage. The camera aspect could be said to be just for formality because it packs a 5MP rear camera and a 2MP selfie shooter. Keeping the lights on would be a 2300mAh battery as against the 4,000mAh battery on the FCC listed Moto E4.

We expect the Moto E4 and E4 Plus to roll out in the coming weeks and since they are budget devices, the price tags are absolutely going to be cheap. These devices will surely compete with the likes of Xiaomi Redmi 4 Series (4, 4 Prime, 4A, 4X, etc.).

Source: P3DN

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Shobhit Aggarwal
Shobhit Aggarwal is the founder of Gadgets Parade. He is a tech geek from over a decade. He is very passionate to know more about new improvements in the tech world and tries to adapt it as much as possible. His first goal is to suggest his viewers with the best technology which the money can buy and also which can ease their life. Second, he wants everyone to get updated with the technological news as the world is adopting technology so fast, in almost every field. His suggestions and reviews are based on his understand and experience, they are totally unbiased.

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