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Hands on: Moto E4 Plus review

Motorola's E4 Plus is the latest phone from the company, packing a huge battery and trying to up the spec despite a low-end price.

Motorola's E4 Plus is the latest phone from the company, packing a huge battery and trying to up the spec despite a low-end price.

Battery life is a big concern of almost everyone who wants to buy a new sony parts , so Motorola has packed this phone with a massive cell that should be able to last at least two days.

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Given its specs are limited in other ways, leaving the phone with less heavy lifting to do, we expect the Moto E4 Plus to do some fantastic things in the battery department, but do the rest of the components add up to make this a worthwhile phone?

The Moto E4 Plus is out now in the US and UK, so you can buy this phone right now for $179.99/£159 (around AU$240).

In the US the phone is available through Verizon or from some retailers SIM free, or in the UK you can buy it from Argos and a selection of other shops as well.

This is a touch more expensive than the Moto E4, but it's not that much more money considering the slightly improved spec, so it may be a better deal than that phone, which we liked enough to give four and a half stars.

The Moto E4 Plus is encased in a full metal shell that gives it a premium feel many other affordable phones aren't able to replicate. It has a curved back, helping it sit in your hand comfortably too.

At the bottom edge of the phone there's a speaker, while the middle of that edge houses a micro USB port. The opposite end of the phone has a 3.5mm headphone jack if you want to use wired headsets for listening to music.

It may sit comfortably in your hand, but the Moto E4 Plus isn't very light - 198g - and is quite thick at 9.6mm. That makes it chunkier than the 9.3mm thick Moto E4, but that's down to the much bigger battery that's been packed in.

That said, it doesn't make the phone ugly. Its metal shell leaves it looking good and overall Motorola has managed to build in a bigger battery without hampering the design too much.

There's also a fingerprint scanner at the bottom of the screen, which in our testing so far has worked quickly and easy to setup.

There's a 5.5-inch HD (720p) display on the front of the phone that you may see as a low resolution option. It does offer 267 pixels-per-inch though, which means you'll struggle to spot any pixelated images on the sony replacement parts screen unless you're looking hard for them.

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