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With the new release of Moto E4 in June 2017, Motorola seems to be back into its familiar formula of the affordable smartphone. Moto E4 is the cheapest 4G LTE smartphone in the market. The Moto E4 sits as Motorola’s ultra-low-cost fourth-generation smartphone. One would have thought that the company would introduce a different model, having skipped the Moto E series last year. Nonetheless, the series is back, and it appears to be the Motorola’s best smartphone yet, under the $150 threshold for many reasons, but it is priced at $129.99. All the same, it is the most affordable for a person who wants to own a smartphone and one with a 4G LTE functionality.
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Moto E4 comes with a touch-screen display of 5-inch and a 720px *1280px resolution, 294PPI density and 2GB RAM. Moto E4 has an internal memory of 16GB, expandable through a 128GB MicroSD. Moto E4 is available in several different models with three different processors. The Sports model possesses MediaTek MT6737, Verizon and MetroPCS model, Snapdragon 425 and the Sprint model, has the Snapdragon 427 processor. Moto E4 has a 5-megapixel front camera and an 8-megapixel rear camera with autofocus and a single LED flash. It is powered with the new Bluetooth 4.1 and is Wi-Fi-enabled with up to 802.11 a/b/g/n support and has a Hotspot functionality. The Moto E4 runs on Android version 7.1 Nougat operating system, powered by a removable 2800mAh battery with a 5W/10W rapid charger depending on the model. The phone weighs 150grams, and its dimensions are approximately 144.50 x 72.00 x 9.30 (height x width x thickness). Moto E4 is single SIM (GSM) enabled and with five different sensors. The phone has a simple design with rounded corners, is splash resistant and has a plastic back cover that pops off easily to retrieve the removable battery. As usual, E4 possess very minimal Motorola software, with only some flair such like shortcut gestures.
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Is it Worth the Money?
The new Motorola E4 may not exactly be the most attractive phone in the market or the upgrade that one desires in the 21st century. However, even with its shortcomings such as the minimum RAM and small size, Moto E4 offers its users the closest thing to the new generation’s phone capabilities at only a minimal cost.