Moto E3 Power Specifications, Price and Launch Day Offers

Flipkart recently hints the release of the next generation Moto E called Motorola Moto E3 Power or Moto E (3rd Generation). As Motorola made a big deal with leading eCommerce giant Flipkart, the next gen Moto E, Moto E3 Power is only available on sale at Flipkart. With the accidental announcement of Moto G (3d Generation), Moto lovers started waiting for Moto E3 Power as the Moto E series models are priced below $200. So, it becomes a middle class family best buddy. Moto E (2nd Generation) is already released with 4G LTE technology. So what can we expect from the Moto E3 Power? a bigger screen size? improved battery? Here is the Moto E3 Power specifications and let’s hope Moto E3 Power bangs the mobile industry with it’s awesome features and price range.

Moto E3 Power

 

The previous version Moto E, ie Moto E (2nd generation) is claimed to be the one of the cheap but not best budget smartphones by Business today. The phase “not best” is used as it hit the ground on face when compared with Micromax Yu Yuphoria which costs almost same as the Moto E2 but with 3x features. In order to stand straight in the race, Motorola decided to release the Moto E3 Power now. No doubt Moto E3 Power will have some jaw dropping specs.

Moto E3 Power Specifications

Here comes the specifications and features of Moto E3 Power, the successor of Moto E (2nd Generation)

Display

Moto E3 Power Display

These days phones are in the size of tablets. Trust me, this is why latest smartphones can be called as phablets. A 5.5 inch display is very common for smartphones now a days. Moto E2 is just 4.5 inch in display and yes Moto E3 Power to come with 5 inch display. As Motorola stopped Moto G 2012 production, so there must be a 5 inch mobile in their list. So no doubt Moto E3 Power will bang with 5 inch display. This is really a good news for big screen lovers. As a extra layer of protection corning gorilla glass 3 will protect the screen from scratches.

Network

LTE technology is already introduced in Motorola Moto E (2nd Generation). Moto E3 Power will also have this 4G technology but with improved features in 2G, 3G, GPRS and Edge.

Moto E3 Power will support Reliance Jio too.

Dual SIM

No need to mention, Moto E3 Power will be a dual SIM variant. It supports only Micro SIM. Not a big deal right?

CPU, GPU and Chipset

Inside is with Mediatek MT6735P chipset and Quad-core 1.0 GHz Cortex-A53 processor. GPU will be the Mali-T720MP2. Don’t worry they are took serious measures to solve the heating issues.

Operating System

Should I say more about this? It will come with the latest Android OS 6.0.

Memory

Moto G2 is built with 8GB internal memory, more chances for Moto E3 Power is a 16 GB variant and micro SD card expandable up to 32 GB. Coming to RAM, it is power packed with 2 GB.

Camera

Moto E3 Power Camera

The main drawback in all Moto E devices is the camera. The 3rd Generation Moto E will have a good camera of 8MP primary and 2 MP secondary. This is a selfie age, so secondary camera is also an important to consider. Moto E3 power also have flash and autofocs.

Battery

Without a proper battery backup, smartphone is no use even with good features. Motorola is coming with lot of improvements which can improve the battery backup by 50% compared to Moto G2. Although you have a good battery, power banks are still waiting for you in the market at reasonable pricing. Motoroal is following the same trens from it’s intial Moto G release. It comes with Non-removable Li-Ion 3500 mAh battery.

Moto E (3rd Generation) Features

The other features of Moto G3 are:

  • Proximity and Accelerator sensors
  • Photo editor
  • Video Player
  • Threaded view messaging
  • MMS
  • Push Email
  • HTML5 support
  • Noise cancellation

 

Motorola Mote E (3rd Generation) Launch Day Offer

Motorola Moto E3 Power Price

Currently Moto G2 is priced at $119 i.e, 7999 INR. When converting the same, Moto E3 Power is likely to be priced at $120 in America, Australia, Canada, US, UK and Rs. 7999 in India.

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