The Moto E5 Plus has just been launched in India. The phone’s highlight is a 5,000mAh battery which supports TurboCharging with a 10W rapid charger.

Moto E5 Plus design

The phone features a 6.0-inch HD+ MaxVision display, in the 18:9 aspect ratio. The Moto E5 Plus is the first phone in the E series to support Moto Display, to allow users to view their notifications from the lockscreen.

A Snapdragon 430 processor clocked at 1.4Ghz powers the device, with 3GB of RAM. There are new Moto Actions in the E5 Plus, including Swipe to Shrink (One-hand mode), Approach (which displays notifications when you reach for the phone), Night Display (a blue-light filter), and Attentive Display (which makes sure the screen remains on, when you are looking at the phone).

The phone has a triple card slot, which means you can use Dual SIM cards and a microSD card slot at the same time. The E5 Plus sports a 12MP lens on the rear, which supports 1.25 µm pixel size, and has a laser auto-focus, and an LED Flash. The selfie lens is an 8MP camera.

The phone has a 3D Polymer glass with a reflective wave design for the back panel, with an arched back and rounded edges. The camera placement is similar to the X series, with the unique bezel look, and the fingerprint scanner is discreetly hidden in the Motorola logo.

Moto E5 Plus Price and Cashback offers:

The E5 Plus has been priced at Rs. 11,999 in India, and will be sold exclusively via Amazon India from midnight of 10th July. SBI Card users can get Rs. 800 for the first 2 days (July 11th and 12th). The device will be available in Fine Gold and Black colours. The company is bundling in a free protective clear case and earphones in the box for all users.

Moto E5 Plus cashback offers

There is a No cost EMI offer for up to 9 months, and an exchange offer where you ca

n get an extra Rs. 1000 off (on top of the regular exchange price) of your old phone. Jio is partnering with Motorola to offer 130GB of extra data. You can get Rs. 1200 cashback from MotoHub when you purchase the device using the PayTM app.

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