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Moto E4 Plus (XT1773) Passes FCC with 5,000 mAh Battery



Just a few days back, a Moto device with the model number XT1762 passed through FCC that revealed its few specifications. It features a Snapdragon processor, Android Nougat and more. Now, today another device from Motorola has passed the FCC with model number XT1773 and the main highlight of this device is its battery size. As per the source, it could be most probably the Moto E4 Plus, the bigger brother of the E4.

Alleged Moto E4 PLUS Specs

Sadly, the source has clearly mentioned no Snapdragon Processor and the E4 Plus is coming with a MediaTek chip. Nothing to worry if you are looking for a device with just a good battery backup. Also, the ‘alleged’ Moto E4 Plus has a huge 5,000 mAh battery that will surely last a couple of days easily on normal usage. Well, nothing more is known so far but hopefully, we will get more information about the device in coming days. So, stay tuned.


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