One of Motorola’s next budget smartphones, the Moto E5 Plus, has made an appearance on the web via Evan Blass. On Twitter, the infamous leaker posted the below photo of the device which shows off its design, large display, and what could be a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.

 

There’s no denying it, the new E5 Plus looks like last year’s Moto X4. But, of course, it has slimmer bezels and an 18:9 display. It’s not yet known how large the screen is, however. On the back, the Moto emblem has a ring surrounding it, suggesting it’s a fingerprint reader. Above that, you’ll find housing for a camera with what looks like dual sensors. According to Blass, however, the second cutout isn’t a camera. It’s not yet known what it may be.

There are a lot of uncertainties surrounding the new E5 Plus. We don’t know when it’ll be announced, released, or how much it might cost. Heck, even its specs haven’t surfaced yet. What we can confirm, however, is the existence of the headphone jack on this device. It’s right there, on the top of the phone. Thank God.

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Posted by Max Buondonno

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