Motorola announced two latest Moto E family products: Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus on June 12. This post summarizes the major differences between Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus.
Both Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus share a similar design and build quality. But the difference between these two phones is substantial.
Hopefully, the comparison of Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus will help you to decide which phone is for you.
Please note some features, e.g., dual SIM feature and CPU (Snapdragon 425/427 for North America and Mediatek MT6737 for other regions), are region-specific. We do not consider such differences in this post as such features are not options for users.
Moto E4 vs Moto E4 Plus: Moto E4 plus is bigger
Moto E4 Plus is far bigger and heavy than Moto E4.
The screen size of Moto E4 is 5″, while Moto E4 Plus 5.5″. But the screen resolution is identical at 720p (1280*720).
This means Moto E4 has a higher pixel density (294ppi vs 267ppi). Same photos in Moto G4 may look sharper than in Moto E4 Plus.
Moto E4 Plus is about 31% heavier than Moto E4 (198g vs 151g).
Moto E4 vs Moto E4 Plus: Moto E4 plus has a bigger battery with 10w fast charging
One of the major differences between these two phones is the battery.
Moto E4 has a removable battery with a capacity of 2800mAH. Moto E4 Plus has a non-removable battery with an eye-popping capacity of 5000mAH, which is comparable to many battery packs in the market.
This means Moto E4 Plus should have far longer battery life than Moto E4 although it has a larger display. Motorola claimed Moto E4 Plus battery can last two days for most users.
In addition, Moto E4 Plus charges … Read the rest