When the Moto G was released, it was regarded as one of the cheapest Android smartphones which wasn’t compromising its quality, despite of its low price. But it seems that under Google’s helm, Motorola is preparing to launch an even cheaper smartphone in its Moto line of products – the Moto E. And proof to that is the rising number of leaks which are allegedly disclosing more details about the upcoming Android smartphone, such as its price, availability and some main tech specs.

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According to a Spanish website, the Moto E will include a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, and 4GB of built-in memory, which is expected to be expandable, of course. The possible display of the Moto E could be a 4.3 inch panel with a potential resolution of 720p. The device is said to pack a 5MP main camera and a front-facing one probably with a sensor of not more than 2MP. Battery wise, it is said to come with a 1,900mAh capacity which seems to be decent enough. The Moto E will most likely come with Android 4.4 KitKat on board.

Other specs include FM radio, 2G and 3G connectivity, Bluetooth 4.0 and there’s also said to be a dual-SIM version available, as well. Also, judging by its leaked dimensions – 124.8 x 64.8 x 6.2mm, it seems that the device could be one of the slimmest smartphones around. And if rumors turn out to be trued and it gets released at a price of around $200, then it will instantly become a hot selling product. As for its availability, the Moto E could arrive in the coming weeks on the Mexican wireless carrier Telcel.

The launch in of the Moto E in Latin America makes sense since the Moto G has proved to be quite a success there. Also, Mexico is the exclusive market for the Moto G Forte at the moment– a modified rugged version of the Moto G. Would you be interested if buying the Moto E if it gets released?

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It will be interesting to see of Google manages to keep customers interested in acquiring Motorola products, as traction for these products is just picking up.
Source: Xataka

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