Motorola Moto E3 (XT1607) is certified by the FCC, points to September launch in the U.S.

Motorola Moto E3 (XT1607) is certified by the FCC, points to September launch in the U.S.
The Motorola Moto E3 (XT1607) has been certified by the FCC in the U.S. The FCC documentation reveals one juicy bit of information. With the FCC sticker to be placed inside the battery compartment, it indicates that the cell powering the phone is removable. And the label also reveals that there will be a model with 16GB of internal storage on board, although it doesn't tell us if another variant will be offered with more storage inside. A microSD slot will be available for those needing additional memory.

The Motorola Moto E3 was officially introduced last week in the U.K., and the phone is expected to be released in the region during September. With the FCC certifying the Moto E3 in the U.S., we could see the phone launch stateside during the same month.

The Moto E3 will feature a 5-inch display with a 720 x 1280 resolution. A quad-core CPU is under the hood, driving the handset. An 8MP camera is on back with a 5MP selfie snapper in front. The 2800mAh removable battery will last all day long, according to Motorola.

In the U.K., the Moto E3 will be priced at the equivalent of $132 USD, which gives us some idea how much the unit will cost in the U.S.

via TheAndroidSoul

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Moto E3
  • Display 5.0" 720 x 1280 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 5 MP front
  • Processor MediaTek, Quad-core, 1000 MHz
  • Storage 8 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 2800 mAh



1. zeeBomb

Posts: 2318; Member since: Aug 14, 2014

The Moto G Play of U.S! "good phones are getting cheap, and cheap phones are getting good".

2. NoAllegiance unregistered

But according to gsmarena: uk will be getting both the g4 play and e3. And there is a £30 difference between the two. It could have a mediatek processor and 1gb ram, however i cannot see it running anything less powerful than snapdragon 410

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