Leak: Motorola M5 Plus may come with a big screen in sleek body

Leak: Motorola M5 Plus may come with a big screen in sleek body

It appears that Motorola will be bringing to its Moto E5 Plus Smartphone. According to leaked image posted by Evan Blass, we see the image of Moto E5 Plus smartphone and what we expect to see. It’s definitely not a speed boost to the phone, rather a few other things.

Looking at the image, there’s a different camera array, even though there’s just one camera. In addition to the camera, we see a much sleeker-looking body where the fingerprint reader is tucked at the back so the bezels are a lot smaller.

Despite the leak, we don’t see much of anything else. One thing that’s been a hot button in the last few days is the headphone jack. It appears that the headphone jack survives in the Moto E5 Plus. The smartphone may even run Android O (Go Edition) when it launches.

At the moment, it’s uncertain when the E5 Plus will launch and ship. To add, we have no idea of the price of the device either. The E4 Plus sold for $180 brand new, so we should expect the device to cost around that price. It wouldn’t be surprising to see a price bump to $199, if there’s more improvements to the E5 Plus.

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