The 4th generation of the Moto E-Series device, made by Lenovo, has been the subject of many rumors and speculations on the Internet. People are expecting it to be released at the Moto E4 event that will take place soon. However, before any official confirmation made by the company, fans have spotted what looks like the benchmark results of the Moto E4.
Is This True?
From what it seems until now, it is. The handset was spotted on the GeekBench Browser, and it goes under the name Motorola Moto E4. Furthermore, the device also comes with some specifications of the device.
The listing shows a 2 GB RAM configuration, which apparently targets the budget range of phones. Moreover, the Moto E4 would run on the MediaTek MT6737 CPU, clocked at 1.25 GHz. This information was published on the aforementioned website on April 15, and this might be translated to the fact that Lenovo is now testing Moto E4 units.
What Do the Results Say?
According to the benchmark tests that were published, the alleged device scored 551 on the single-core test and 1514 on the multi-core one. The first one to report these news was Roland Quandt.
Other Speculated Features
If we were to take into account some previous leaks too, the Moto E4 will also get a total makeover regarding the design. About the price, the upcoming product is said to have a slightly higher price than the rest of the Moto C range, which is the company’s offer for the ultra-affordable category.
Other leaks claim that the phone will run on the latest Android version, the 7.0 Nougat one, and it will support LTE networks. It will offer 16 GB internal storage, a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi connection, paired with a v4.2 Bluetooth. Moreover, the E4 Plus will come with a 5000 mAh battery, while a 2800 mAh one is used for the E4.