Moto E6 Passes Through FCC, To Have A 3000 mAh Battery
Motorola is expected to launch the budget-oriented smartphone, dubbed the Moto E6 in the following weeks. Previous leaks have already revealed key details about the device, which is set to feature humble specifications at a lucrative price. Now, the handset has passed the Federal of Communications Certificate (FCC) certification. The listing on FCC’s official website mentions the smartphone’s code name as ‘surfna’, which corroborates with the previous leaks.
The upcoming Moto E6 will be a budget offering from the company. It will be the successor to the Moto E5 launched last year. The listing on FCC reveals the smartphone will have a 3000 mAh battery. Measurements of the device mentioned in the listing are 149mm x 71mm (Height x Width) and 178.36mm diagonally. It is also revealed the handset will have support for the 2.4 GHz and the 5GHz bands of Wi-Fi networks, which is a rarity in the budget segment.
While the FCC listing does not reveal specifications of the Moto E6, previous leaks have already provided the information. The device has been leaked to have a 5.45-inch display with a resolution of 1440 x 720 px. The smartphone will have significant bezels on the top and the bottom of the display and will not have a physical fingerprint scanner. This insinuates it will rely on conventional unlock methods like a numerical pin, alphabetical passwords and patterns. The Moto E6 will run on the latest Android 9 Pie and will feature a stock interface with some customisations by Motorola.
The previous leaks further insinuate Moto E6 will be kitted with the 28nm Snapdragon 430 SoC. The chipset is comprised of an Octa-core Cortex A53 CPU and the Adreno 505 GPU. In terms of optics, the smartphone will have a single f/2.0 aperture equipped 13 MP rear camera. For selfies, an f/2.0 aperture equipped 5 MP sensor is expected to be housed on top of the display. For memory and storage, the device is expected to feature 2GB of RAM and up to 32GB of Internal Storage. Unfortunately, it is not known when the Moto E6 will be launched, but the FCC listing suggests it may be on its way soon.