We recently witnessed a pretty comprehensive Motorola Leak in which the entire 2018 lineup of the company has Revealed. The budget-oriented Moto E5 was also a part of that list and the report revealed a few details about the phone, too. Now, with a new leak, the phone has reappeared online with its 3D renders and it comes straight from OnLeaks.
The leak comes in the form of a video that shows the phone from all its sides and confirms the few things we knew from the last leak. The renders were provided by OnLeaks and CouponRaja, which have been quite consistent with similar leaks which have turned out to be correct most of the times. You can have a look at the video included below:
Like it was earlier speculated, the fingerprint scanner on the Moto E5 would be placed on the back of the phone within the Moto dimple. Along with that, the phone’s dimension has been revealed to be 151 x 74 x 8.9mm. Based on this leak, there is no more information available as of now. But there is another leak regarding the phone that reveals a couple of more things.
Moto E5 and Moto E5 Plus recently visited FCC and their document reveals a couple of details. First of all, it’s the model numbers, which is XT1922-4 and XT1922-5. With the two models being approved by FCC, we can expect their launch to happen soon. Another thing that was revealed was the battery capacity of 4000mAh on both the devices.
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On the contrary, the Moto E4 from last year came with just 2800mAh battery. As per the information available by the previous leaks, the phones will carry a 5-inch display with a 16:9 aspect ratio. It could come powered by a MediaTek processor and the possible launch date is around April this year.
Source: CouponRaja, OnLeaks
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