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LEAKED: Ladies and Gentlemen, Here Comes the Moto E 2016!

Motorola is on fleek with many leaks about the upcoming Moto Z and MotoMods which are really quite hyped already because its likely to have a new design and some great specs. But… Moto is just not perfect in hiding stuffs and proves that again with the recent spec leak which is much considered the next Moto E device, called as Moto E 2016! 😀

These speculations come via MobileXpose, which caught wind of the devices passing through the Bluetooth Special Interest Group’s certification process. Back in February we received confirmation from Motorola that the Moto E and Moto G were here to stay, and that in spite of Motorola’s name being removed from branding, the Moto line of products will still continue going strong under the guiding hand of Lenovo. Whether or not the company is actually better off with Lenovo at the helm remains a matter of some contention.

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If these devices are indeed variants of the Moto E 2016 then the newest smartphone of this line will have a 5-inch HD display and will tout 16GB of internal memory. Under the hood is a MediaTek MT6735P SoC powered by 2GB of RAM. Although this is a budget offering, it will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow right out of the box. The cameras are 8MP and 5MP, rear and front respectively.

 

What are your thoughts regarding this next potential offering from Lenovo/Motorola? It actually appears to be very similar to the Moto G4 Play in many respects. Let us know what you think of this possible Moto E 2016 device in the comments below!

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