Motorola’s first “Post-Lenovo Acquisition” phone, the Moto E leaks


Motorola was recently sold off to Lenovo by Google and since then it hasn’t unveiled any new phones. It’s Moto X and the Moto G racked up impressive sales due to the great value they offered. The Moto X offered hands-free Voice Recognition without sacrificing battery life, meaning you didn’t have to do anything to actually do anything to make your device start hearing your commands. The Moto G offered Mid-Range specs at a rock bottom price.

May 19 was the date Motorola was set to unveil its first post-Lenovo acquisition phone, but it has leaked in images by a Brazilian site named FastShop.

It does look pretty similar to the Moto G and the Moto X. It is rumored to have a  1.2 Ghz dual-core Snapdragon processor paired with 1GB RAM. It will have a 4.3 inch display of an unspecified resolution, with a 1980mAh battery which is hopefully adequate. Coming to storage, there will be 4GB internal with the option to expand to upto 32GB. There will only be a back camera with 5MP resolution and finally it will be Dual-SIM.

It will have customizable removable backplates. While the above specifications are merely rumors, one thing is for sure: This thing would be dirt cheap. It will sit below the Moto G in terms of price, which it self is pretty damn cheap at $179.

Now all we can do is to wait for the official event, where it will be announced.

Sources: FastShop (Google Cache)



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