Moto E5 and Moto E5 Plus listed on FCC site; both models will carry a 4000mAh battery

Moto E5 and Moto E5 Plus listed on FCC site; both models will carry a 4000mAh battery
Just yesterday we showed you a 3D render of what was alleged to be the Moto E5. Sporting a real-facing fingerprint scanner (which includes the company's iconic batwings logo), the handset is expected to feature a 5-inch display and a MediaTek SoC under the hood. Today, the Moto E5 resurfaces along with the Moto E5 Plus as both phones are said to be listed on the FCC website.

The model numbers posted on the FCC page are XT1922-4 and XT1922-5. While the FCC documentation doesn't give away much information about specs, it does show that both phones will be powered by a 4000mAh battery. Last year's Moto E4 was equipped with a 2800mAh battery, and a massive 5000mAh cell kept the lights on for users of the E4 Plus.

The Moto E5 and Moto E5 Plus are expected to be unveiled on April 3rd. With the rear fingerprint scanner, the front home button is gone as is the Moto branding. The latter is replaced by the Motorola name, which is something that we have been expecting to see. We won't find many other changes on the E5 and E5 Plus. Unlike some of the upcoming Motorola phones planned for 2018, these two models will not come with a edge-to-edge screen and the aspect ratio will remain at 16:9. Both devices will employ a microUSB port instead of the Type-C port that most new models are using these days.

via MySmartprice, BGR


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