According to the portal Engadget, the company Lenovo, which now owns the brand Motorola (or rather, owns the trademark for the release of smartphones under it) today presented its new third generation Moto E smartphone model to the UK market. .
The presented novelty, running the latest version Android 6.0 Marhmallow, supports 4G / LTE networks and is equipped with a 5-inch HD display, 8 MP main and 5 MP front cameras, a quad-core processor, a 2800 mAh battery and slot for microSD memory cards.
The rest of the details regarding the technical characteristics of the Moto E3 remains a mystery, but its price (£ 99) and the timing of its launch (early September this year) have been announced.
Also, the price and timing of the appearance of Moto E3 in other markets, including the Russian one, remains a mystery.