Đánh giá motorola moto e4 plus

It’s sturdy. That’s the best way to lớn describe the Moto lớn E4 Plus, the lademo budget điện thoại thông minh from Lenovo’s subdivision. The E4 Plus is one of the best phones under $200 — but it won’t excite you in the least. It just gets the job done. It’s a utilitarian workhorse, lượt thích an old Toyota Lvà Cruiser. It’s heavy and fitted with a massive battery that will last you days, and can handle any scenario to a certain extent. But if you’re looking for excitement or innovation, look elsewhere. This is all business.

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On paper, Lenovo has done just about everything right with the Moto lớn E4 Plus: it comes with Android 7.1 Nougat, a SnapLong 427 quad-core processor, a 13-megapixel camera, and a massive sầu 5000mAh battery. Importantly, it comes unlocked — & works on all four major carriers. At $179 ($199 for the 32GB version), it’s the least-expensive sầu phone you can buy that will work on any carrier. But while the spec sheet looks nice, the phone feels like it could be better with a bit more fine tuning.

Lenovo stuông chồng with the big bezel look for the Moto E4 and E4 Plus, và it has a metal unibody toàn thân design, which is serviceable but isn’t really appealing or distinctive. If there wasn’t a rather large Mokhổng lồ logo under the earpiece, it’d be hard lớn tell the difference between the E4 & any other random Android phone. The 5.5-inch 1280 x 7trăng tròn display is probably the worst feature of the phone. (It’s far too big lớn have such a low resolution.) Colors don’t pop and reading text can be bothersome if you’re coming from any phone with a 1080p display or higher.

Below the display is a fingerprint sensor that can double as a trang chính button, but I’ve sầu found that function is less than consistent. Molớn Actions lets you use the fingerprint sensor button as a trang chủ button, or use swipe gestures on it to lớn gọi up recent apps or jump out of current apps. But the functions are too cđại bại together: press quickly khổng lồ jump trang chủ, but if you hold it too long, it activates Google Assistant. By default, if you hold your finger on the sensor too long, it will lochồng the phone. The actual fingerprint sensor works fine, but activating it as a trang chính button using Molớn Actions is more of a pain than it’s worth.

The Molớn E4 Plus runs on a 1.4GHz quad-core SnapLong 427 processor with 2GB of RAM & 16GB or 32GB of storage. It’s pretty quiông xã, with no noticeable lag in webpage loading times or issues running the usual slate of apps. There were some slow downs on data-intensive games and when I had a bunch of tabs open on Chrome, but frankly that’s to be expected in a phone that costs less than $200.

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Lenovo has loaded what is essentially a stochồng version of Android Nougat, with a few tweaks (lượt thích Molớn Actions), but nothing that takes away from the design Google intended. That’s the good part. The bad part is Lenovo hasn’t committed khổng lồ updating the E4 or E4 Plus lớn Android Oreo, despite the fact that it came out just two months ago.

If you’re looking for a device that will definitely get Android Oreo, you may want to lớn look at something else. There’s no guarantee Lenovo will come around and add this to the list of Motorola phones getting Oreo in the coming months.

Challenging the display for the worst feature of the Molớn E4 Plus is the 13-megapx rear camera, which is lackluster at best. You have to really work to get a good shot with this phone. The autofocus is slow & inconsistent, and colors are routinely blown out. Images laông chồng saturation in most cases, unless you tap lớn refocus in the exact right position & get lucky. There is a professional mode that will allow you to lớn change settings lượt thích ISO and White balance lớn get a better image, but most people won’t be interested in messing with settings for every shot.


The Mokhổng lồ E4 Plus is a solid phone for $179. It will last you days, the processor is plenty fast, it can run all of the crucial apps with no issues, & the price tag is hard khổng lồ beat. But if you’re looking for a phone you can keep for two years, or if you enjoy taking better than below-average photos, you should consider the Molớn G5 Plus, which is $100 more but comes with a better dual-camera thiết đặt, a 1080p display, more RAM, và, eventually, Android Oreo.

There are only so many things you can cut from the G5 Plus and still have sầu a great phone. The Moto E4 Plus is solid for how much it costs, but the true budget champion is still its big brother.