Motorola is celebrating the 44th anniversary of its first public phone call with a video showing off all of its classics. In the same video a new smartphone resembling the Moto G5 has managed to sneak in. However, it doesn't seem to be one of the new G-series devices, since it does'nt feature the curved lines on the back, like the G5 and G5 Plus do. However, it could be a new Moto E smartphone instead.
According to Evan Blass, the smartphone in the video is the Moto E4, which would be the successor to the Moto E3 smartphone that was launched in August last year. Currently there's not a lot known about this device, or when it will become available. However, since the device has already passed the FCC, we can expect it to launch soon.
Some of the alleged hardware specifications of the upcoming Moto E4 revealed by the FCC filing include: 16 GB of storage, a 2800 mAh battery, dual-sim card support, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 2.4GHz and 4G LTE. The device seems to feature a fingerprint sensor on the front, but neither Evan nor GSMArena have offered any details about it.
We will know more about the device when Lenovo makes an official announcement in the near future.