Motorola Moto E4 Plus Will Feature a Massive 5000mAh battery07 February 2018
Earlier, people are just excited with the launching of the more affordable Motorola Moto C series smartphones. Now, Motorola users and fans alike will have something new to be happy about. As a matter of fact, there is a new leak about the image and specification of Motorola Moto E4 Plus.
Motorola Moto E4 receives a render leak06 February 2018
Recently, there are lots of new information about new smartphone releases from Motorola. Among them are the latest revelations about Motorola Moto C and Moto C Plus models. Yet, people continue to expect more models to be unveiled in the coming months. What about Motorola Moto E4? It is a model that is above the Motorola Moto C and Moto C Plus. Despite there is a lack of clear information about when it goes live, most people believe that its time will be quite soon.
|Release Date in Singapore|
|Processor frequency||2.7 GHz|
|Processor family||Qualcomm Snapdragon|
|Display diagonal||15.1 cm (5.96")|
|Display resolution||1440 x 2560 pixels|
|Pixel density||493 ppi|
|Ports & interfaces|
|USB connector type||Micro-USB|
|Headphone connectivity||3.5 mm|
|Weight & dimensions|
|SIM card capability||Single SIM|
|SIM card type||NanoSIM|
|2G standards||EDGE, GPRS, GSM|
|Wi-Fi standards||IEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11ac,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n|
|Bluetooth version||4.1 LE|
|2G bands (primary SIM)||850,900,1800,1900 MHz|
|Near Field Communication (NFC)||Yes|
|RAM capacity||3 GB|
|Internal storage capacity||32 GB|
|Compatible memory cards||Not supported|
|Assisted GPS (A-GPS)||Yes|
|Operating system installed||Android 5.0|
|Rear camera type||Single camera|
|Rear camera flash||Yes|
|Rear camera resolution (numeric)||13 MP|
|Front camera type||Single camera|
|Front camera resolution (numeric)||2 MP|
|Video recording modes||720p,1080p,2160p|
|Maximum frame rate||30 fps|
|Battery capacity||3220 mAh|
|Colour of product||Blue|
|Colour name||Midnight Blue|
|Graphics adapter||Adreno 420|
|Personal info management (PIM)||Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Events reminder, Notes, To-do list|
|Personalization||Icons, Menu, Shortcuts, Widgets|
|Support for contact groups||Yes|
|Subscription type||No subscription|
The Nexus 6 is a 6-inch phone produced and marketed by Google in collaboration with Motorola which embodies all the great features of previous Nexus phones and the strong suits of Moto X phone. Being as Google’s first attempt at a phablet, it is considered as one of the most premium Nexus at its launching date. Coming in at 10.1mm thick, it is a bit thicker than average phones of its class, though it does not feel the same as others. This is because of the curvaceous design of the overall phone that gives it a distinctive feel. It starts out thick in the middle and then tapers down to thin edge. Equipped with a Quad HD AMOLED panel that spreads 2560x1440 pixels across a 5.96-inch display, the screen is not just big, it comes in HD as much as other smartphones these days. Also making a return from the Moto X days, the ambient display mode comes into the spotlight. Picking up the phone after receiving a notification would make the phone display the notification in a dim white glow. Very cool.
Coming equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and with 2.65GHz Krait 450 cores along with a top-of-the-line Adreno 420 graphic processor, the Motorola Nexus 6 is a moderately powerful device. If you are opting for the power of customization without sacrificing too much power or utilizing the TouchWiz, the phone takes care of it specifically for you with the Android Lollipop 5.0 OS—making the handling and overall experience of the phone very fresh and vibrant. It is basically clean, minimal, and alive.
The camera packs a quite a punch on its own too. Though stumbling a bit in low light conditions, the partnership between Google and Samsung made the camera for the Nexus 6 to be able to capture pictures up to 13MP and with the inclusion of f/2.0 aperture, it’s a camera worthy of commend.
Should You Own It?
The Motorola Nexus 6 is Google’s first effort in actually diving into the phablet world. Though it feels a bit off in one hand whilst handling, it’s a great phone on its own. It’s high-performing, captures high-resolution pictures and videos, and comes with the latest Android OS at the time, you should be well-past your satisfactory levels if you’re opting to purchase this phone.