Motorola’s latest offering, the alleged Moto E, was to be announced at an event to be held in the UK as well as India. Unfortunately, one of Motorola’s Brazilian retailing partner FastShop spoiled the surprise by putting up a full listing of the handset. This is Motorola’s first smartphone to be released post its sale to Lenovo.
According to the listing, the phone will be under the Moto G as the company’s new Ultra-Budget device. Also, the specs revealed are similar to those posted by us before. The phone features a 4.3in display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 4GB storage, a 5MP camera, a 1980mAh battery and dual-SIM slots. It also features a microSD card slot, which’s missing in both of its previous offerings — the Moto G and X, up to 32GB.
What’s missing is the rumoured ultra-slim factor of the phone which according to previous reports was 6.8mm but in the listing is about 12 mm (almost twice!).
Also, there’s no word on the pricing but since the 16GB Moto G retails for just under $200, we expect this smartphone to be priced just about $150.
Check out more pictures and link to the FastShop posting after the break…
The FastShop page has been pulled, but not before Google’s web cache could preserve the evidence.