Motorola Moto E was a stellar of a phone, it still is. Motorola launched more advanced versions of its popular smartphones as Moto G (2nd gen.) and Moto X (2nd. gen) in the later part of Q3 2014. During those launches Motorola didn’t say a thing about the next version of the immensely popular Motorola Moto E leaving us wondering about its existence, even on paper.
If a news published on a Greek website, techmaniacs.gr is to be believed then Motorola Moto E (2nd gen.) might be in the offing.
The official name for the second version of Moto E is still under the wraps, but we suspect that Motorola will follow the same naming scheme as it did for the Moto G and Moto X. So, it just might be Moto E (2nd gen). The Greek website also described the device as thick but having a good grip. It will also look much similar to the current Moto E.
It will most likely pack a 4.5 inch IPS LCD display covered by Gorilla Glass 3 having the same resolution (540×960 pixels) as the current generation Moto E, but lowering its pixel density to 244.97 ppi.
It will also come with 1 GB of RAM, but will have a faster quad-core CPU (possibly Snapdragon 400) taking away all the performance related concerns that you had with the Moto E 2014. It will pack a 5 MP camera at the back but will not have an LED flash. It is also expected to be launched with LTE support but whether it’ll support TD-LTE (band 40) in India is still not known.
Unsurprisingly, the Moto E 2nd gen. come with Android Lollipop 5.0 pre-installed. There is also no word about the release of this affordable Motorola smartphone but we expect an official announcement to be made soon.