Did Moto E4 Plus with 5000 mAh battery just clear FCC?

Lenovo’s hands are full at the time with many products in the offing. One such device is Moto E4 and its premium variant Moto E4 Plus. While the former was spotted on US certification site FCC last month, the Moto E4 Plus has made an appearance on the same site this month.

Listed as model number XT1773, the Moto E Plus is shown carrying a 5000mAH battery powered by an unnamed MediaTek SoC. Although, there’s no official confirmation to prove that the listed product is indeed Moto E4 Plus. But it does fit in the frame of leaks and speculations we have been hearing so far about it.

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The news has been backed by renowned tipster Roland Quandt via his Twitter handle which gives us all the more reason to believe that the FCC listed product is indeed Moto E4 Plus. Also, given that the earlier FCC listing showing a product with model number XT1723 was touted to be Moto E4, we can safely conclude that the XT1773 product is Moto E4 Plus. The Moto E4, as per the FCC listing, will pack in 4000mAH battery.

Motorola is also slated to release at least two more products this year — the Moto X 2017 and Moto C / Moto C Plus. Not much is known currently about these devices, except for a few leaks here and there. Things should get clearer in the coming days.

Read: Moto C confirmed to exist, certified in Russia / Moto X 2017 shows up in images leak

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