Render of the Motorola Moto E5 Plus leaks

Render of the Motorola Moto E5 Plus leaks
Earlier today, gold medal tipster Evan Blass revealed a render of the Moto E5 Plus. According to the latest rumors, the unit will sport a 5.8-inch LCD display with a resolution of 720 x 1440 (HD+) for an aspect ratio of 18:9. A quad-core CPU is said to be under the hood along with 3GB of RAM and 32/64GB of native storage. While originally it appeared as though there was a dual camera setup on back, Blass says that the second cutout is not a camera. So that means that there is a single camera on back, and a dual camera selfie setup in front. Android 8.0 is expected to be pre-installed.

The render shows a couple of interesting things. One, the Moto name is gone from the line this year, replaced with full Motorola branding. This is something that we've been expecting. Furthermore, the fingerprint scanner has been moved to the back. It is embedded inside that button under the camera, embossed with the iconic Motorola batwings logo. The hefty 5000mAh battery found on the Moto E4 Plus could be back to provide outstanding battery life.

Take a peek at the render and let us know what you think by dropping your comments in the box below.

source: @evleaks



1. sgodsell

Posts: 7368; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

If this goes for $150 and under. Then this is a great bargain.

2. KingSam

Posts: 1449; Member since: Mar 13, 2016

It looks pretty decent.

3. GreenMan

Posts: 2697; Member since: Nov 09, 2015

Looking forward to it. Motorola has the BEST software optimization in business. The E4 with a bloody quad-core scores over 32,000 on Antutu! The Nokia 3, meanwhile, can barely manage to make 27,000. Both phones run on same specs, An MT6737.

4. biostangoodtang1984

Posts: 36; Member since: Feb 14, 2018

Looking wise phone is awesome...

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