Lenovo’s Moto brand is expected to launch its budget Moto E4 and perhaps the E4 Plus any moment from now and we expect it will have a very cheap price tag. The E4 will take over from the E3, which itself is a big bargain in terms of price. Ahead of its official launch, the Moto E4 has appeared on Geekbench.
The Moto E4 has already started its pre-launch appearance, first hitting the US FCC where it was certified along with the E4 Plus. The device was later spotted on the website of the Indonesian regulatory body P3DN where it appears to have been certified for use in the country and now the GeekBench appearance.
From the listing, we could grab that the E4 would come with a quad-core MediaTek MT6737 chipset clocked at 1.25GHz. The MT6737 chip is an entry level chip announced by MediaTek early last year. The processor is backed by 2GB of RAM and the device will run Android 7.0 Nougat. That is about all regarding the specs but the SoC used implies the E4 can’t have a screen resolution bigger than 720p, and a rear camera with a resolution higher than 13 MP. The benchmark score further confirms that the E4 will be a low-end device, with a 551 single core test score and 1514 on the multi-core test.
The Moto E4 is also expected to come with a metallic body, dual SIM / dual standby support, 4G LTE, 16GB storage and a 2800 mAh battery among other features. We don’t know yet when the device will drop but we are sure that isn’t far away.