Wondering what the upcoming budget Motorola Moto E is going to look like and what it is packing? You don’t have to wonder any longer, full specs and press ready images of the device have leaked online ahead of its reveal.
Images and specifications of the device appeared on a Brazilian e-commerce site which were then picked up by Technoblog.net. Technoblog also says they have confirmed the specs using internal documents they have obtained.
The budget phone will feature 1GB of RAM, a dual-core Snapdragon 1.2Ghz CPU (exact model not confirmed, but the Snapdragon S2 to the 400 are possibilities given the CPU speed). The Moto E has a 4.3 inch screen with an unknown resolution, but 91mobiles claims that it will likely boast 720 x 1280 (720p) resolution. It also has 4GB of expandable internal storage, dual-SIM support, and a 1,980mAh battery.
It also ships with Android 4.4 and promises to support at least the next major Android update.
When it was listed, the Moto E had a price of 599,04 BR ($270, €197). Which would have seemed like a budget price just a few months ago, but with the recent flood of Chinese devices available around that price while boasting stronger specs, does the Moto E excite you at all?