Lenovo's unannounced Moto E3 Power is now for sale in Hong Kong

Lenovo's unannounced Moto E3 Power is now for sale in Hong Kong
Lenovo and Motorola have had a pretty busy year so far. The updated Moto G line added 3 new additions to Motorola's budget lineup with the Moto G4 Play, Moto G4, and Moto G4 Plus. Each of the handsets are solid offerings for folks looking to score a solid smartphone without spending a lot of cash, with the G4 Plus allowing folks to score a 16MP camera and fingerprint scanner for just $249. Additionally, the company's all new Moto Z line introduced one of the best modular systems we've ever seen in the smartphone world with Moto Mods. It's easy to see that Motorola and Lenovo really did deliver in 2016, but these guys aren't done quite yet.

There have been murmurings of a refresh to the Moto E line throughout the year, but there's recently been a noticeable lack of info on the rumored handset. However, Motorola and Lenovo appear to have launched the Moto E3 Power is Hong Kong. The phone is reported to be selling for HKD 1,098 in the country, which works out to around $142 USD. 

From what we've been able to tell so far about the Moto E3 Power, this is a phone who's primary focus is on delivering superb battery performance. The handset is rumored to be packing a 3,500 mAh battery inside, and that coupled with a 5-inch 720p HD display should promise for some ridiculously long-lasting battery life. The 8MP rear camera, 2GB of RAM, and 1.0GHz octa-core CPU are certainly on the lower-end of the spectrum, but the support for 4G LTE and dual-SIM cards is absolutely a welcome addition.

Along with now being for sale in Hong Kong, Motorola's India account has now started promoting the Moto E3 Power as well. The company's account has been sending out a series of pictures with the hashtag #FearOfMissingOut - further touting the promise of excellent battery performance. 

Motorola and Lenovo are expected to officially take the wraps off of this handset at IFA in Berlin next month, so we won't have to wait too much longer to learn about exact pricing and worldwide availability.

source: PLAYfuldroid via Neowin

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