Motorola is bringing their G6 line up pretty soon & the Moto G6 Play will be the baseline variant of that series. However, thats not the only device that Motorola has for their low-budget segment. The Moto E5 Plus which is a direct successor to the last years Moto E4 Plus, has been benchmarked on Geekbench recently & we now have a few details confirmed about the device.
Te abaove result clearly mentions that the Moto E5 Plus has a msm8937 which is apparently the Snapdragon 430 SOC. It is an entry level SOC with a Quadcore architecture. The device has 3GB RAM alongside the SD430 & it is running on the Android version 8.0 Oreo.
The E5 Plus is pulling about 653 in Single-core & 1835 in Multi-core departments which is definitely expected from an entry level SOC like the SD430. Anyway, this time it’s not one of those crappy Mediatek SOCs thankfully.
Other specifications haven’t been confirmed yet but, if the Moto E5 Plus goes for a modern 18:9 aspect ratio then the Display resolution will be 1440×720. There will be about 32 Gigs of Internal Storage & hopefully a big Battery as that was a big usp for the last year’s E4 Plus.