The Moto E4 and E4 Plus get compared side by side

The image revealed by leaker Evan Blass showcases the front face of both the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus.

After repeated leaks there's more evidence showing up online to prove that the Moto E4 Plus actually exists. We recently heard from Roland Quandt who revealed that device tagged as the Motorola XT1773 had shown up at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and now we have news from famed tipster @evleaks who has revealed images of the hotly anticipated entry-level smartphones from Lenovo, side by side.

The image revealed by leaker Evan Blass showcases the front face of both the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus. The devices look similar in terms of design with some minor changes.

The Moto E4 sits on the left with the pricer E4 Plus on the right. From what we can see, the E4 showcases a front facing flash on the front, with no other buttons on the front face indicating that the software navigation bar at the bottom will take charge as always.

With Moto E4 Plus, there is a metal insert at the earpiece and the LED flash sits to the left of it, with the front facing camera and ambient light sensor to its right. The 'moto' logo sits right below the earpiece instead of the bottom chin like on the E4. At the bottom just below the display, sits the fingerprint reader that looks rounded and not squared like Lenovo's previous Moto handsets.

While both handsets standing side by side look similar in size, we are expecting the Moto E4 Plus to be slightly larger in size. This is because previous leaks that hint at a large 5,000mAh battery with a MediaTek chipset inside. Compared this to the 2,800mAh battery inside the smaller E4 and its easy to conclude that the E4 Plus will compete with smartphones like the Asus Zenfone 3S Max, the Lenovo K6 Note and the Xiaomi Mi Max Prime.

Details about these handsets are still sparse at best and if the leaked renders are any indicator, the data on the screen hints at a 20 June launch.

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