- Android v6.0 Marshmallow OS
- 1 GHz Quad Core Processor
- 1 GB RAM
- 5 Inches
- HD Display
- 8 MP Rear camera
- 5 MP Front Camera
- 3G and 4G
- 2800 mAh battery
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Moto E3: Entry-Level Device with a Mid-Range Specs Sheet
The latest iteration of the low-end Moto E is finally official for the domestic markets. This happens to be the 2016 model of the existing lineup but with a far better specs sheet, as compared to its predecessors. Available in customary white and black colors, this smartphone will soon start retailing at the cheapest possible price point. Here is more about the same, in detail:
Moto E3 throws in a 5-inch HD screen with a display resolution of 1280x720 pixels. The featured panel supports ‘In Plane Switching’ technology and boasts of life-like visuals. In terms of design, this handset resembles the existing Moto G4 albeit a smaller footprint. Apart from that, we also get a much-anticipated nano coating on this gadget, rendering it resistant to splashes.
This version of Moto E packs in a front facing speaker for an improved acoustic experience. Other specs include 4G LTE connectivity, Wireless support, Bluetooth v4.0 Low Energy and GPS for navigation. We also get a traditional 3.5mm audio jack with the same besides the functional FM Radio.
Moto E 2016 offers Android Marshmallow v6.0 which looks dated now when the Nougat is official. This operating platform is a pretty modest deal, even for such an entry-level smartphone.
Unique Selling Points:
The quad-core processor takes care of the computing needs along with 1GB RAM and 8GB of internal storage expandable further, via the micro-SD slot. Apart from MediaTek’s MT6735P chipset we also get a 2,800mAh battery unit which is still quite sizeable for such a basic smartphone.
The 8MP rear shooter is one of the best features on display followed by the 5MP front facing camera module.