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Moto C Plus vs Moto E4 Plus

Motorola released the E4 series last week, as part of its budget-friendly portfolio, which the company is hyping for its low price and great designs. A lot of fans and consumers might be wondering how it compares to Motorola's low-end king, the Moto C Plus. Here's a comparison of the two devices:

Specs comparison for lazy people

The Moto E4 Plus comes with a 5.5" HD screen. The C Plus comes with a smaller 5" HD screen, but since it's smaller it has a slightly higher pixel density. The Moto C Plus is thicker though it's a lighter device. Both devices come with a Mediatek MT6737 processor clocked at 1.3GHz. The C Plus offers 1/2GB RAM while Moto E4 Plus comes with 3GB. Both come with Android Nougat 7.0, upgradable to 7.1.1, while both come with a mostly stock experience.

The rear-camera on the Moto E4 Plus comes with a higher 13MP shooter and the Moto C Plus comes with an 8MP cam. Moto E4 Plus comes with a 5MP front-facing camera while the C Plus comes with a 2MP one. Motorola really set the bar really high in the battery department, as the C Plus comes with a huge 4,000mAH battery while the E4 Plus comes with an ever larger 5,000mAH. Crazy, right?

Motorola's E4 Plus comes in gold, silver and blue housings, while the C Plus comes in more colorful options. Last but not least, the E4 Plus comes with a fingerprint scanner, while the C Plus does not. 

Essentials comparison for those who care

Both devices are marketed in similar ways and to similar segments. The C Plus offers a premium design at an affordable price, while the Moto E4 Plus is marketed to offer premium design and performance at a very low price.

Colorful housings, stock android experiences and fast performance are key features of both devices, as you can see. With the E4 Plus, though, you get access to the amazing Moto Experiences ecosystem. This includes gesture-based actions that improve user experience and simplify daily tasks. You get the Moto Camera, Chop Chop for the flashlight, Moto Display and One Button Navigation with the E4 Plus, even if it's not powered by a Qualcomm processor. These features are highly appreciated in low-end markets.

This is a great advantage here. Moto C suits the lower-end markets a lot more, but it's not a replacement to the Moto E3 or 2014/2015 Moto G devices. The E4 Plus suits those customers' needs. 

Conclusion: If you are on a tight budget the Moto C Plus is an awesome little phone, but for about $80 more, you get a fingerprint scanner, more RAM, a better camera, a larger screen, and a bigger battery.

Now it's up to you to choose whether or not specs in over looks and a lower price. 

In this case, both devices are great, but if you really can spend $80 more, the Moto E4 Plus offers a lot more.
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