360° Render of Moto C, C Plus, Z2 Force and E4 Plus Leaks
From the last few days, the internet is abuzz with the Motorola’s upcoming phones namely the Moto Z2, Moto C series, and the Moto E4, E4 Plus. While the Moto C series is confirmed to be the Motorola’s cheapest phone lineup, the Moto E4 and E4 Plus will be the upgrades to last year’s Moto E3 and E3 Power.
Android Authority has along with @OnLeaks has revealed 360° CAD Render of all the four devices, show off each and every design element clearly.
Moto Z2 Force:
Like the Moto Z Force released last year, the Moto Z2 Force reportedly sports a 5.5-inch display (with 1440 x 2560 pixels), and has a largely similar design – including support for Moto Mods. However, there’s a significant and surprising difference between the two devices, as the Z2 Force features a 3.5mm headset jack – this wasn’t included on the original Z Force, so we assumed that Moto was done with standard audio ports. We’re guessing that most Moto fans will be glad to see the 3.5mm jack making a return.
Moto E4 Plus:
The first thing you’ll notice is the presence of a front-facing fingerprint scanner and a LED flash for the front-facing camera. There’s a 3.5 mm headphone port on the top edge, volume rocker and textured power button on the right hand edge and a microUSB port on the bottom. The display will measure 5.2 inches and it looks like there’s also a 2.5D Glass.
The Moto E4 Plus measures 144.5 x 72 x 9.3mm, a fraction larger but marginally thinner than the Moto E3 Power (which I’ll note only had a 3,500 mAh battery). According to a recently spotted FCC listing, the Moto E4 Plus (XT1773) will have a 5,000 mAh battery and be powered by a MediaTek SoC.
Moto C and C Plus:
hey’re both using MediaTek chipsets, but this is where things get a little confusing. There’s a 3G and a 4G version of the Moto C (the red one in our renders), which will use a 32-bit quad-core SoC clocked at 1.3 GHz for the former and a 64-bit quad-core chipset clocked at 1.1 GHz for the latter. The Moto C Plus runs a 64-bit chipset clocked at 1.3 GHz.
All three devices support microSD card expansion, but the Moto C comes in both an 8 GB and 16 GB version while the Moto C Plus only comes with 16 GB. The Moto C has 1 GB of RAM, and the Moto C Plus has either 1 GB or 2 GB, depending on market. The Moto C measures 143.9 x 72 x 10mm and the Moto C Plus comes in at 145.5 x 73.5 x 9.1mm (10.2mm with camera bump).