Performance Review: Moto E4 Plus Benchmark Tests

How has the Moto E4 Plus performed in everyday use so far considering what it has under the hood? We are talking about a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and 3 GB of RAM. With those figures, we know the E4 Plus is no power horse, but it should provide a respectable level of multitasking prowess.

Moto E4 Plus Benchmark Tests

Well, our experience has been just that. It isn’t super fast but you wouldn’t even notice for everyday tasks. Switching between apps is smooth. It is when you jump into heavy duty tasks that you feel the lack of oomph.

So the Moto E4 lives up to its specs. Still, we know you love those benchmark scores, so we threw them at the phone. How did it fare? Have a look below.

Moto E4 Plus Benchmark Tests

  • AnTuTu: 30397
  • Geekbench: 538 Single-Core / 1529 Multi-Core
  • Quadrant: 11,241

Those are the figures. Respectable for the specs of the phone.

The Moto E4 Plus has a 5.5-inch display and a massive 5,000 mAh battery, making it ideal for individuals looking for a phone that can go the extra mile on one full charge. We will have details on how well it does that in our full review, so hang around.

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11 Replies to “Performance Review: Moto E4 Plus Benchmark Tests”

  1. I expect such phone with 3GB RAM to be able to carry out a heavy duty tasks, even, some 2GB RAM phone will give you such performance. It means, Motorola still got a lot of work to do on their devices.

    1. Hi Araoye,

      More RAM enhances multi-tasking. The more RAM a phone has, the smoother it is to launch and switch between apps.

      But for power – for heavy duty tasks, what you need to focus on is the processor. The newer the processor and the higher the clock speed, the more powerful the smartphone is for heavy duty. So, a smartphone with octa-core 1.8 Ghz processor is more powerful than one with octa-core 1.3 GHz processor. A 1.3 GHz processor is really bottom of the barrel.

      Having explained that, if you can afford it, the minimum combination I will recommend for heavy duty users is a smartphone with 3 GB RAM and a octa-core 1.8 GHz processor.

  2. Thanks, Mister MO, for the respond. My sister is thinking of buying a new phone and I want her to purchase this Moto E4 Plus, please, any idea about the price in the market?

  3. Hello, Mister Mo, is there any news you can breakdown for us about Huawei smartphone? I love this brand so much and I want to know if there’s anything new from them, thanks.

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