Motorola has already launched the Moto G7 series smartphones in worldwide markets with three wonderful options to choose from. Even though, the smartphone series is a little bit underpowered compared to the competitors. According to the rumors, the company is now working to bring a brand new low-end smartphone named Moto E6. The Moto E6 will be the successor of E5 smartphone. But, the significant demotion of the hardware in the successor is something that the actual customers might care about. Although, it will be a budget smartphone for the customers in the third-world countries where people don’t overspend on smartphones.
According to the report published by XDA Forum’s Editor-in-Chief, Moto E6 smartphone is in the development and is being ready for the official launch. As it is in the development phase, the company has codenamed it as “Surfna.” Motorola is planning to launch the smartphone first in the United States of America with the local cellular carriers. The 5.45-inch display with the resolution of 720×1440 which is decent and also the Snapdragon 430 processor might be introduced in the smartphone. In the era of Snapdragon’s latest processor chipsets, it is shocking to see Motorola even considering the 430 chipsets in the smartphones.
On the other side of the specifications, Motorola E6 will have the 2GB of RAM, 32GB of Internal Storage, 13MP F/2.0 rear aperture camera and 5MP f/2.0 front-facing camera. Also, it will come with Android 9 Pie out of the box and will receive Android updates in the future. There is nothing else reported by XDA’s Editor-in-Chief, but according to the speculations, the smartphone won’t be priced anywhere above $100 in the United States Markets. Also, it will be launched anytime in October or later.
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