30 June, 2017
While on the optics front, the device is said to features 11-megapixel camera on the rear side, while on the front will sport a 5-megapixel selfie shooter.
Motorola E4 which was first announced in the U.S. last month at $179.99 and launched in the United Kingdom a few days back for £159.95 has been tipped to be launched in India in the sub-Rs.10,000 category. Motorola is also planning to launch Moto E4 in India next week, sources confirmed it to India Today Tech. We will have to wait for the Moto Z2.
Motorola Mobility's Moto Z2 flagship appeared in the database of mobile benchmark GFXBench earlier today, with the phone's listing revealing a number of details regarding its hardware specifications, all of which point to a premium device which is nearly certainly meant to compete in the high-end segment of the market. The Moto E4 runs on Android 7.1 Nougat OS and houses a 2,800mAh battery with support for Rapid Charging. Other key features of the new Moto M smartphone are fingerprint sensor and Dolby Atmos support.
Lenovo Motorola Moto E4 comes with a 8 Megapixel Autofocus rear camera with dual tone LED Flash. The Z2 Force is expected to come with similar specs like the Moto Z2.
Moto Moves On Budget Market With E and C Ranges Fergus Halliday
Motorola is launching on Android 7.1, and committing to security updates every 90 days.
Moving on the bigger version, the Moto E4 Plus sports a huge 5.5-inch HD display a screen resolution of 1280×720 pixels and 2.5D cover glass coating on top. Motorola considers its Moto Z series as a premium series smartphone. The previous listing revealed the presence of the Snapdragon 835 SoC and 4GB RAM but the latest one has a few more information.
Moto M, the Moto brand's first all-metal smartphone, is now available to buy via offline retailers in India.
Fed: Biggest US banks strong enough to withstand recession
Bank executives and many investors hope the Fed will allow lenders to put a lot more capital toward stock buybacks and dividends. The 34 largest banks in the U.S. have money on hand to withstand a severe recession, the USA central bank said on Thursday.