Motorola Moto E3 unveiled; entry-level device to launch this September in the U.K.
The Motorola Moto E3 is now official
The Motorola Moto E3 is now official, having been unveiled today by Lenovo-owned Motorola. The screen is getting some more real estate increasing from the 4.5-inches found on the second-generation Motorola Moto E, to the 5-inch display that the Moto E3 sports. The resolution is 720 x 1280, and a quad-core CPU is found under the hood.
The manufacturer says that the Moto E3's 2800mAh battery will last a full day. That is a longer lasting cell than the 2390mAh capacity juicer that powered the second-generation Moto E. The camera combo has also been greatly improved from last year. Instead of a 5MP camera in back with a .3MP selfie shooter, the Moto E3 will be equipped with an 8MP camera in back with a 5MP snapper in front. While the amount of native storage is unknown for now, the handset will come with a microSD slot. Android 6.0 is pre-installed.
The phone will launch in the U.K. first. This will take place in early September, and the Moto E3 will be priced at the equivalent of $132 USD at Tesco, Amazon and Argos. An international launch should take place sometime following the U.K. release.