Motorola is rumoured to be announcing another budget-friendly handset, that is said to replace the Moto G, and is expected to be called the Moto E, said to be unveiled at an event the company has scheduled for May 13th.
This has now been pretty much confirmed, with the Moto E making a brief appearance on Motorola’s Mexico website, which shown some images of the hansdset, alongside a set of reported specifications that were posted on a Brazilian retailers site called Fast Shop.
The specifications include a 4.3 inch display with a correctly unknown resolution (however its likely to be the same 720p as the Moto G), and will reportedly feature a dual-core Snapdragon processor with 1GB of RAM, with 4GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot for expandable storage.
Alongside that, the listing also said the Moto E will include a 5MP camera on the back, with a 1,980mAh battery inside, with dual-SIM card slot, and Android 4.4 KitKat pre-installed.
The product page also shown the handset in three colours that included black, turquoise and lemon.
As of yet all of this is just leaks and rumours, but we should hear more official stuff on May 13th during the Motorola event.