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    Motorola Moto E4

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    Original Price
    Price with Buyback
    Approx. ₹2,798
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    Specs at a Glance
    Battery Capacity
    2800 mAh
    Battery Capacity
    Operating System
    Android v7.1.1 (Nougat)
    Operating System
    Screen Size
    5.0 inches
    Screen Size
    Variants Available
    Ram & Storage:
    Detailed Specs
    Announced On5-Jun-17
    Market StatusOut of Stock
    Price StatusConfirmed
    PriceRs. 8,499
    Weight151 grams
    ColorsIron Grey, Blush Gold
    BuildCase: Metal, Back: Metal
    Dimensions144.7 x 72.3 x 8.9 mm
    SAR ValueHead: 0.724 W/kg, Body: 1.190 W/kg
    Screen Size5.0 inches
    Screen TypeIPS LCD
    Screen Resolution720 x 1280 pixels
    Pixel Density294 ppi
    Aspect Ratio16:09
    Screen ProtectionGorilla Glass 3
    Screen to Body Ratio65.72%
    GPUMali-T720 MP1
    Operating SystemAndroid v7.1.1 (Nougat)
    ChipsetMediaTek MT6737
    CPUQuad core, 1.3 GHz, Cortex A53
    Custom User InterfaceStock
    Clock Speed1.3 GHz
    Architecture64 bit
    Process Technology28 nm
    Memory & Storage
    Phone Variants2GB 16GB
    Expandable StorageYes
    RAM TypeLPDDR3
    Storage TypeeMMC 5.0
    Expandable Storage CapacityYes, 128 GB
    OTG SupportYes
    Front Camera
    Front Camera FeaturesFixed Focus
    Front Camera SetupSingle, 5MP
    Front Camera 1 Resolution5 MP
    Front Camera 1 Typef/2.0 Primary Camera
    Front Aperturef/2.0
    Front FlashYes, LED Flash
    Battery Capacity2800 mAh
    Battery RemovableYes
    Battery TypeLi-ion
    Charger TypeRapid
    USB Type-CNo
    Fast ChargingYes
    Miscellaneous Features
    SensorsLight sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer
    Network & Connectivity
    GPSYes A-GPS
    Audio FeaturesActive noise cancellation with dedicated mic
    FM RadioYes
    3.5mm Audio JackYes
    Bluetooth Typev4.2
    Audio Jack3.5 mm
    Rear Camera
    Rear FlashYes, LED Flash
    Rear Video Recording1280x720 @ 30 fps
    Rear Camera FeaturesDigital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus
    Rear Camera SetupSingle, 8MP
    Rear Camera 1 Resolution8 MP
    Rear Camera 1 Typef/2.2 Primary Camera
    Rear Aperturef/2.2
    Network Support4G
    SIM SizeSIM1: Nano, SIM2: Nano
    Wi-FiYes, Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n
    SIM Slot(s)Dual SIM, GSM+GSM
    Wi-Fi FeaturesMobile Hotspot
    SIM 1 Bands4G Bands: TD-LTE 2300(band 40), FD-LTE 2100(band 1) / 1800(band 3) / 2600(band 7) / 900(band 8) / 850(band 5), 3G Bands: UMTS 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz, 2G Bands: GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz, GPRS: Available, EDGE: Available...
    SIM 2 Bands2G Bands: GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz...
    Fingerprint ScannerYes

    Price & Availability

    Motorola Moto E4 (Iron Grey, 2 GB RAM/16 GB)

    About the Phone

    The Arsenal of this phone pushes its capabilities to compete with the phones of slightly a higher price too but then there are a few shortcomings that could come lukewarm to the users. Is it worth your money? Let’s have a look.


    • Slick design similar to the G5 series could rob away the tag of the ‘budget’ from the first look of the phone.
    • Charger with fast charging support that isn’t usually found in the handsets of this price bracket.
    • The fingerprint sensor that works smoothly.
    • Pre-installed Android Nougat.
    • Removable battery making sure the phone never goes in a perpetual hung state.



    • Struggles to capture great pictures in low-lit conditions.
    • The battery could die before lasting a day if the usage isn’t light.
    • Not suited for heavy-graphics gaming.
    • Uninspiring colour performance with an average Delta E of 3.86.



    Budget phones aren’t really a bet as safe people often reckon. But when you see the logo of Motorola on the rear, the chances are high that you’d be under the impression of getting value for the price. Along those lines, Motorola’s E4 surfaced in the android market of budget phones and has fairly everything you could ask from a cheap handset. Priced at ₹7,999 Moto E4 comes with a quad-core MediaTek MT6737 clocked at the speed of 1.4 GHz coupled with a 2GB of RAM.

    It’s no surprise that the phone is a cheap value-for-money-buy in the budget range. However, when you look at it, it doesn’t look as cheap as the price suggests. The design cues are cherrypicked from the flagship phones, and they add a respectable design and feel to the phone. 

    One off-putting thing to notice could be the camera at the rear which sticks out a bit—but it isn’t a massive let-down per se. However, it could eventually become a cumbersome job to clean the dust that would settle in the round edges.

    In terms of the display, it would be criminal to expect a massive performance from this handset. It comes with a 5.5-inch display equipped with the resolution of 720X1280 pixels.

    Colour-wise, it isn’t really the best bet, even among the phones of its segment. The colour quality is pretty meagre and to put it subtly, we’d reckon you to switch to a PC just in case you’re looking to buy clothes online and don’t want to receive the colour of clothing you never imagined.

    Not the specs that would make your jaws drop, but decent is the word that’d best fit its performance benchmark. Stocked with the quad-core MediaTek MT6737 processor clocked at 1.3 GHz, the 2 GB RAM does a decent job in keeping your phone running without glitches if your usage is not intense.

    You get two storage options—16 GB and 32 GB—out of which near about 7 GB would be taken by the phone’s software—although you could make up for it using an SD card which could expand your storage up to 128 GB.

    Before you go ahead and make bias for this phone, in all fairness, we’d reckon you to recall its price. The camera combo and the rear and the front is 8 MP and 5 MP respectively. The maximum quality of shooting a video is 720p at 30 fps. In terms of photo-capturing, you could get decent shots when the environment is well-lit. However, the absence of ample lighting would make you put your phone back in the pocket for obvious reasons—in case you don’t, the graininess and noise in the pictures would be evident.

    Moto decided to pick the laid-back old school road in terms of the battery. Although the battery life of the phone isn’t very reassuring, nevertheless you’d still hold the phone with the safety that in case it hangs, you could take the battery out—thanks to the 2800 mAh removable battery.

    In a nutshell, Moto has done a brilliant job in packing so many enticing features at a price so low, yet, the phone would come uninspiring for the gaming aficionados. The design and build of the phone are convincing enough to make it look like a premium device. So, in case you’re don’t want your next phone to cost you a fortune and give you the assurance of a trusted brand, look no further than Moto E4.