04 September 2016
The Motorola Moto E3 rumours suggest device launch is around the corner and well today its FCC certification confirms its launch is around the corner, most probably in September this year. The model number of device passed FCC is XT1607. Thanks to FCC certification, we have a new info regarding the device.
The FCC certification sticker indicates that device battery is placed inside a compartment which means the battery cell can be removed as well. The label further suggests the base variant is packed with 16GB internal storage, but it didn’t confirm about other variants with more internal storage. Still, if you think 16GB is not enough, it can be expanded using external MicroSD card.
The Motorola Moto E3 is recently launched in the UK but will be released in Europe and UK in September this year. With the FCC certification of E3 pops up hints that device will be hitting US carriers shelves during the September.
As far as the hardware specs is a concern, the Moto E3 is announced with a 5 inches HD display with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution. A quad core processor is powering the handset, the company didn’t reveal details regarding processor brand and the Random Access Memory (RAM).
In the camera department, the rear primary camera sensor is of 8MP while the selfie-centric front facing sensor is of 5MP. The removable battery on the E3 will be 28,00mAh which according to Motorola will survive a day long. The UK variant price tag is equivalent to $132 USD. So we can expect for US customers it will be announced most probably around $150 mark. Would you like to grab this entry level smartphone when it will be released in your region, Share your thoughts below?