Motorola is gearing up for a launch event scheduled for May 15 in Brazil, where it will reportedly announce the Motorola One Vision, the One Action, and perhaps the Moto E6. We already have a good idea of what the Moto E6 will look like from previously leaked renders, and even got to see a leaked with detailed specs of the device a few days ago. From all, we can gather, the device isn’t expected to stray away from what made the Moto E5 so compelling, and that includes a good and pocket-friendly price tag.
One important detail that we have not been privileged to see is the battery size, but that changes now, as the FCC has shield some light on that. The device which just passed the FCC certification process is tipped to get a 3,000 mAh cell which is 1,000 mAh smaller than what its predecessor, the Moto E5, had.
Document from FCC seems to be at variance with what we have seen from previously leaked renders. While past renders gave us the impression that the Moto E6 will get a single rear camera positioned at the left-hand corner, sketched image of the device from the FCC suggest it will indeed get a single rear camera, but one that is centrally placed.
The device which measures 158 mm diagonally is tipped to get a 5.45 inches display, with the Snapdragon 430 SoC, 2GB RAM, 13MP rear camera, 5MP selfie snapper, and up to 32GB of internal storage.