And Motorola gives even more evidence that it has not given up its E-line for this year as many have thought with the repositioning of the G-family, where G7 Play has come to terms similar to an evolution of the E5 Plus. Recently a smartphone that appears to be the E6 Plus model received FCC certification, indicating variants in the amount of RAM, storage and even quantity of compatible chips.
The document disclosed does not make clear that it is the Motorola intermediary in specific, but taking into account the specifications, the model of code XT2025-1 could only be a new version of line E since the products of family C were discontinued and would have simpler configurations than those reported.
Some time ago the Moto E6 had already received the same certification, where it was clear that the device can count on a battery of 3,000 mAh. This configuration has not changed in the possible Plus version since the robust battery is one of the characteristics of these models.
In relation to the body, there are not many details, only the possible thicknesses of the apparatus, that 163 mm in diagonal measurement, 73 mm in width and 153 mm in height. This transverse ratio may indicate an increase in screen resolution from 6 inches to 6.4.
In addition to this power, there are options of 2 GB and 4 GB of RAM, as well as 32 GB and 64 GB of internal memory. Something more that will be different between the versions is the amount of space available for operator chips, where an alternative of the device will count with only 1 entrance and the other with two, as usual.
There is no information yet about a release date or even confirmation that this model will be a variant of the Moto E family, but as time goes on we will have more data to share here on the site.