Lenovo is going pretty strong and fast as well when it comes to smartphone releases. This year, we have seen two Moto smartphones hit the market- Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus– which have received great feedback and are doing well to augur the sales of Lenovo. But this is just the beginning for Lenovo which has kept quite a handful of products up its sleeves for release this year. From what we see, it is going to be a very busy year for the company. Random Motorola products, at least three, have appeared on certification cites with different model numbers.
A Motorola device with model number XT1723 has landed at US certification site FCC. Going by the model numbers Motorola opts for its devices, we think this product is Moto E4, the successor to Moto E3 (XT1706). The FCC listing shows Moto E4 to pack in a 4000mAH battery which is clearly an upgrade from Moto E3’s 3500mAH.
Not much is currently known about Moto E4. But with the FCC spotting, it must be now hot on the list of leaktsers. As such, we expect to see and hear more of it in the coming days.
Apparently, Moto E4 is not the only smartphone Lenovo is working upon. There’s two more devices with model numbers XT1750 and XT1754 which have appeared on WiFi Alliance proving that we will soon see the release of two more Motorola smartphones in the market, other than the Moto E4 of course. Once again, the monikers for these devices are still in the guessing stage which should be Moto X 2017 or Moto C/C Plus. Things should get clearer in the coming days.