If there’s one thing that stood out from last year’s , it was an impressive battery life crammed into an entry-level body. If the latest rumors are to be believed, the next in the Moto E line will have even more juice, thanks to a massive battery.
Going off the report, the Moto E4 Plus looks like it’s forgoing a Snapdragon processor for a MediaTek SoC and, more noticeably, a powerful battery with a whopping capacity of 5,000mAh.
Motorola XT1773 (what could be the Moto E4 Plus) w/ a 5000mAh (!!!!!!) battery and MediaTek SoC just went thru FCC: https://t.co/9Aorj6PaKpApril 6, 2017
Should this be the case, the supposed Moto E4 Plus is sitting on a hefty power supply — a major plus for any phone owner, especially those looking for a budget device. The Moto E3 cost a reasonable £99 (around $125, AU$170).
Of course, it’s too soon to call this FCC report a bonafide Moto E4 Plus announcement. Still, seeing something reach the point where a government filing is necessary means it might not be long before we hear official word from Motorola (or rather, ) about what’s in store for the Moto E line.