Lenovo recently put a halt on their Zuk sub-brand and handed over every smartphone related manufacturing plan to their Motorola Mobility arm. We can see that this arm is working their best with the next handsets expected from them being the Lenovo Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus.
These handset have created quite the fuzz in the market with rumors pointing to the fact that they will both come with a dual camera configuration on the back panel. New images have confirmed these rumors and more interesting, revealed that the phone will come with a removable back panel and battery pack even with an all metal chassis.
We recently had a leaked image of the front panel of the Moto E plus which reveals to us that this handset will come with a fingerprint scanner below the display that is embedded in the physical home button. On the top upfront, there is a moto logo there with the 8 megapixel selfie snapper just being slightly above it.
On the back panel of the E Plus, the antenna bands make an appearance on the top and button on the panel with speaker grills just place above the lower antenna band. The circular shaped camera area housing a 13MP camera sensor and flashlight makes an appearance and below it is the bat winged Moto Logo.
It comes in with a 5.5 inch Full HD touchscreen display that is kept up and running by a humongous 5000mAh battery pack. There is a MT6737M processor from MediaTek powering the smartphone alongside 2GB of RAM and 16GB ROM.
The Moto E Plus runs the Android Nougat 7.1 OS from the box. When the battery was removed, we saw the sim and microSD card trays which means we will have to remove batteries if we want to change sim cards or add a memory card.