Motorola today announced the third generation of its popular budget smartphone, Moto E, which has been named as the Moto E3. The handset will be available in Black and White color variants for the price of £99 (USD 132) in United Kingdoms. The Moto E3 will be rolling out from September onwards in UK via Amazon, O2, Tesco, Argos and other selected retailers. There is no official word on India launch just yet.
Moto E3 comes with 5-Inch HD IPS display with a smudge resistant coating, and is equipped with a quad-core processor. Motorola hasn’t specified the exact details of the chipset being used. The chipset is paired with just 1GB RAM and only 8GB of internal storage, and this could be a potential deal breaker for anyone who isn’t a first time or basic user.
It runs on Android’s latest version, i.e. Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system and, since its mostly unadulterated, almost stock interface, the Moto E3 is a good candidate for future version upgrade.
If we talk about camera, Moto E3 sports an 8 MP rear camera with LED flash light and also bears a 5 MP camera at front for selfies. It houses a 2800mAh battery with in a casing which resembles that of the Moto G4 Plus. Of course, there is no fingerprint sensor on the front. The bezel below the display houses a horizon slit (probably loud speaker grill) instead.
Rumoured Specifications of Moto E3:
|Camera||8MP rear and 5MP front camera|
|Internal Memory||8GB, MicroSD card supported|
|Price||Expected around 8,999 INR|