Leave it to the pioneers from Motorola to offer great affordable handsets that can be hooked up to any carrier out of the box. The sub-$150 Moto E4, for instance, can be brought to Verizon as a BYOD gear, or any other carrier thereof, and work out of the box, all the while it offers you daily smartphone-ing with a good chance that it will be enough to cover most of your needs.
leaked not long ago in the flesh, and now its specs are being fleshed out, thanks to a benchmark database.Of course, there are compromises, namely the camera, but Motorola is seemingly prepping to address them by... unveiling the next-gen E5 Plus, which already
As you can see from the table below, the Moto E5 Plus will sport a quad-core Snapdragon 430 chipset, 3GB RAM, and run on the latest Android 8.0 Oreo, probably near stock. That's a decent upgrade from the E4 Plus, and, judging from the popularity of its predecessor, Motorola might have another hit on its hands when this puppy lands in the not-so-distant future.