With the reports that have currently been circulating over the internet, it looks like Motorola is clearly geared up to launch several devices in the upcoming months. After the Moto G5 and G5 Plus launches, the devices that the company will be launching are expected to be in the different budget and premium categories.
That being said, Motorola's upcoming devices have been creating headlines recently due to multiple leaks and rumors. The last leak showed a 360-degree render of the Moto C and Moto C Plus, revealing the design details. Following on the same path is the upcoming Moto E4 Plus.
While the renders were also leaked earlier but this again comes from leaks OnLeaks and it shows a 360-degree render of the Moto E4 Plus, detailing the external features and hardware further.
Considering the video, the Moto E4 Plus features a 5.2-inch display which seems to be covered with a 2.5D curved glass on top. There's a home button at the bottom of the display, and a fingerprint sensor is expected to be embedded within the home button. Also seen is a front-facing LED flash, the camera. There is a 3.5mm audio port at the top, a micro-USB port at the bottom and the standard power button and volume rockers on the side.
Coming to the back of the phone it appears to be smooth, and the rear camera is placed towards the top. There is a speaker grill towards the bottom. The leaked render also shows the device in silver-gray color, but the smartphone should come in different color variants as well.
Well according to the leaks and rumors they suggest that the Moto E4 Plus will feature a mammoth 5,000mAh battery. And considering today's leak, it does show an extended device further indicating that the smartphone has a large battery size. Further, the leaks have also suggested that the smartphone will be powered by a MediaTek processor and could possibly run on Android 7.0 Nougat.
In any case, the renders that have popped up today only give a close-up look at the smartphone. They don't reveal any new details as such about the upcoming device.