Motorola already unleashed a bunch of Moto G-series smartphones this year, and more recently, unveiled its flagship Motorola Edge series. Now, the company seems to be fully focused on bringing new entry-level smartphones that will come under the Moto E-series. Recently, reports and leaks started to emerge with consistent proof about Moto E30 and Moto E40 launch. Ahead of these devices, the company is disclosing today the Moto E20. The company is adopting a similar strategy to that used by Samsung, the lower the number, the lower the specs it will have. The Moto E20 seems to be a starting step for those who needs a modest smartphone. The device costs just €100, and that’s a great price for what it offers.
Moto E20 specifications
The Moto E20 flaunts a 6.5-inch LCD screen with HD+ resolution (1,400 x 720). As you can imagine, this is a 60 Hz refresh rate panel, we can ask much in this price range. The device has a waterdrop notch just like most of the low-end handsets in the market. The tiny cutout serves as a home for the 5 MP snapper. As you can expect the device boasts thick side bezels and a thick chin. Moving around to the back, we have a dual-camera setup. It comprises a 13 MP primary shooter and a 2 MP depth helper. There is a third cutout that serves as a home for the LED flash.
Under the hood, the handset boasts the Unisoc T606 platform. This is an Octa-Core CPU with a 1.6 GHz clock speed. Furthermore, the device is paired with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of Internal Storage. Fortunately, you can expand the storage amount via the use of a micro SD card slot. The device also runs Android 11 Go Edition which should make the 2 GB RAM experience less painful.
The Moto E20 draws its powers from a 4,000 mAh battery and supports 10 W charging over the USB-C port. The phone is IP52 splash-proof.
Despite the launch happening now, the company will wait until the next month to start selling this device in Europe. We also expect it to hit other markets such as India soon. For now, the device will be available in Blue and Gray colorways. As we mentioned above, the Moto E30 and Moto E40 will soon join this entry-level handset.