Motorola E6 Budget Smartphone Leaked
On the 20th of June, Motorola launched the Moto One Vision with an unconventionally tall display. Freshly leaked images of a smartphone suggest that the company is gearing up for the launch of another device. The said device is the Motorola E6 which will succeed the Moto E5 from last year.
The ‘E’ series of smartphones from Motorola are targeted towards the budget sector and the upcoming device is expected to fall in the footsteps of its predecessors. The renders of the Moto E6 were leaked on Twitter by a notable tipster who goes by the Evan Blass, therefore, the chances of them turning out true are quite high.
Motorola E6 Design
According to the leaked images, the Motorola E6 has a conservative design which is due to the fact that its display is surrounded by considerable bezels on all sides. The bezel above the display houses the front facing selfie camera and the earpiece while the bezel below the display is marked with the Motorola logo.
Similar to most modern Android smartphones, the right side of the Motorola E6 is occupied by the volume rocker and power button. While its left side is devoid of any ports or controls. The upcoming device also sports 3.5 mm jack which is present on the top. Though the images shared by the source do not exhibit the location of the USB charging port and SIM card tray, they are likely to be mounted on the bottom.
The rear of the alleged Motorola E6 houses a single rear facing camera along with an LED flash and what appears to be a fingerprint sensor. Due to lack of sufficient details, the presence of the biometric sensor cannot be confirmed. Even though the source has not provided any specifications of the device, previous Motorola smartphones in the ‘E’ lineup suggest that the future device will pack mediocre specs which will provide for smooth day to day operations.
Going by the build and design of the device, we feel that this could be a sub Rs 8,000 smartphone which will compete against the like of Redmi 7A. To sum up, we will have to wait for Motorola to verify whether the images are genuine or not.