04 August 2017
Motorola launched its latest mid range phones with the release of the all-metal Moto E4 and the Moto E4 Plus, the latter boasting a staggering 5000 mAh battery. Lenovo started retailing the more expensive E4 Plus in the UK for a little under £159.95, a month after which it was made available in India.
Making its debut after the widespread release of its cheaper counterpart in the US, the Moto E4 Plus now gearing up for a public release in the country. Verizon is expected to bundle the retail of the device by August 3rd but the phone is also expected to be made available as an unlocked version when Amazon and Best Buy release the same. The E4 Plus follows the footsteps of its younger Moto E4 in being sold by all major carriers as Sprint plans to publish its listing by 11th of August along with Ting which August 14th would see a similar unveiling by Republic Wireless.
As far as the pricing goes, the fact that the E4 plus boasts of a 5000 mAh battery instead of the 2800 mAh battery found in the cheaper Moto E4, makes its unlocked variant cost as much as $179.99. Though nothing has been made aware of the carrier pricing of the device, we can expect Amazon to sell the device with ads making the phone available for cheap like it did with the Moto E4.