Motorola set the standard in the budget segment with the launch of the Moto E series of smartphones, and after two successful stints in the Indian sub-continent, the company is back with the third iteration of the popular device, dubbed the Moto E3 Power, which will be unveiled in a press event on September 19th.
Going over the specs of the phone, under the hood users will find a MediaTek MT6735P chip clocked at 1GHz which has been paired with 2GB of RAM and 16 gigs of storage. Sporting a 5-inch HD display, the Moto E3 Power features an 8MP primary camera and a 5MP secondary camera. Running a near stock version of Android Marshmallow, the Moto E3 Power is fuelled by a 3,500mAh battery. The regular Moto E3 variant can be expected as well, though that hasn’t been confirmed yet. The regular variant has the same specs as listed above, expect for lower storage (8GB), and a smaller (2,800mAh) battery.
The Moto E3 Power was launched last month and is an upgrade to the Moto E3. It was available to buy in Hong Kong at HKD 1,098 (roughly Rs. 9,500). The Moto E3 Power sports a bigger battery, more on-board storage, and more memory than the Moto E3.