Moto E Specifications Allegedly Revealed Ahead of Tuesday's Launch

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Moto E Specifications Allegedly Revealed Ahead of Tuesday's Launch
While we still wait for the official unveiling of Motorola's next budget smartphone, believed to be called the Moto E, a new listing seemingly spills the beans about the alleged smartphone's specifications and also shows renders of the device ahead of the official launch on Tuesday.

A Brazilian online retailer, FastShop, on Saturday listed the yet-to-be-launched Moto E smartphone complete full specifications and press renders. However, the retailer has pulled down the listing since.

The listing of the alleged Moto E suggests that the device will sport colourful switchable back panels, like the Moto G (Review | Pictures).

The front panel of the alleged Moto E smartphone is seen to be sporting two long and slim grills at the top and bottom, in-line with an earlierleaked image, as well as a Twitter teaser by Flipkart, the company's exclusive online retailer Moto G and Moto X (Review | Pictures) smartphones in India.

Moto E is expected to go on sale in India on Wednesday via retailer Flipkart.

According to PhoneArena, the Brazilian online retailer also listed the complete specifications of the Moto E which include a 4.3-inch display; 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor; 1GB of RAM; 1,980mAh battery, and a 5-megapixel rear camera, while there is no front camera or rear flash listed.

(Also see: Dual-SIM Lumia 630, Moto E Set to Launch in India Next Week)

Notably, the alleged FastShop listing reveals the Moto E will come with 4GB of inbuilt storage (in-line with previous leaks), which will be expandable up to 32GB via microSD card. If this turns out to be true, the Moto E will fix the biggest complain of Moto G - limited storage.

In addition, phone tipster, @evleaks has also posted purported images of Moto E's colourful rear shells, which show the device in Black, Lemon and Turquoise rear colours.

The Moto E is expected to launch at simultaneous launch events in Delhi and London on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, a new Twitter account @MotorolaIndia seems to have been set up ahead of the Moto E's launch in India. While the account seems official, it is not a 'verified' Twitter user yet.


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