Moto E successor said to be packing 4.5″ qHD display, LTE
Motorola is working on a sequel to it’s May 2014 Moto E smartphone. One of the few cons of the first generation Moto E was lack of camera flash despite the product itself having a decent pricing ( average of $130).
According to familiar sources, the next Motorola Moto E will pack a 5-megapixel shooter which is similar to the one on it’s predecessor and fortunately, a LED flash will be present also. However, no mention was made of a front-facing camera still.
In terms of display, the screen size was bumped up by 0.2 inches to a new 4.5″ qHD IPS touchscreen panel. The new Moto E is said to be packing a Snapdragon 400 chipset (which supports LTE) paired with a gig of RAM.
Naturally, the device will run on Google’s Android 5 Lollipop and the pricing is expected match the price of the current Moto E. There’s no word on when the device will officially be announced.
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