Motorola is getting ready to announce a new smartphone that is Moto X+1 on May 13 in London. The company will also host a similar press event in India that day - so it’s probably going to launch the handset there, too “The Moto E”. The next Motorola handset the Moto E (XT1022) could turn out to be the next big thing in India. It could create the same craze as the Moto G did.
A white Motorola Moto E is now listed at Zauba - a website that keeps track of India’s imports and exports. The handset’s model number is XT1022 (according to a previous leak, this is a dual SIM device). The listing reveals that the Moto E has a value of 6,330 INR, meaning about $105. Sure enough, the selling price of the smartphone might be a bit higher. There are about 2000 units received and after taxation the price of the Moto E in India could be in the Rs. 7,000 to Rs. 9,000 price bracket.
Moto E is said to offer a 4.3" display with an unknown resolution (possibly sub-720p), a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM and 4GB of memory, which is likely expandable. At the back, there's going to be a 5MP camera and a 1,900mAh battery.
The phone packs an FM Radio and runs Android 4.4 KitKat. Further on, the leaked specifications suggest the Moto E measures 124.8 x 64.8 x 6.2mm, which is truly impressive considering the Moto X and the Moto G are 10.4mm and 11.6mm thick, respectively. It is Said To be One Of The Slimmest Budget phone. Not much of the specs are revealed, wait for official word on 13th May.
UPDATE: Moto E smartphone, might still be a few days away, but it seems we can get a look at the new budget phone even earlier, thanks to a user who posted an alleged picture of the to-be-announced device on Motorola Mexico’s Facebook page. There’s little different between the concept of the Motorola Moto G and the rumored Moto E - but looks can be deceiving.
The alleged device appears to be smaller and sporting some distinct branding on front, which might be owing to it being a pre-release test unit. Then again, it doesn’t look bad. We also said smaller than Moto G, but that’s only by a margin, since there’s hardly a perceivable size different between the two.
What’s truly interesting is the fact that the alleged Moto E seems to lack a front-facing camera, which is a really odd choice since high-speed mobile internet exists in in developing markets. If you look at the images closely, what we see next to the earpiece grill appears to be ambient light sensor – not the camera in any way, in place of it you'll find a round Moto logo – and that’s even consistent with the light sensor design on some of the newer Moto devices.
Whats New in it ? Above and below the display are silver bars. These bars could just as easily be normal speaker and microphone ports disguised as something else as they could be forward-facing speakers.
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