Motorola Moto E (second-generation) with LTE support spotted online
It’s no secret that Motorola is working on a second-generation Moto E, courtesy of leaks. The forthcoming affordable smartphone has now been spotted online.The Moto E (second-generation) photo is in line with earlier leaks, and is listed on US-based retailer BestBuy. It is priced at $99 for the Sprint Prepaid service. As per the retailer, the Moto E (second-gen) comes with a 4.5-inch qHD (960×540 pixels) display. The onboard memory has been increased from the current 4GB to 8GB, and the smartphone also runs on Android Lollipop out-of-the-box.
On the connectivity front, the forthcoming smartphone will now support 4G LTE. There is no clarity on the processor powering the smartphone. The leaked picture show that even the next gen Moto E will be devoid of a LED flash which if true is disappointing as nowadays many budget devices have been incorporating LED flash.
There is no word on when Motorola plans on launching the Moto E (second-generation). It could be planning on unveiling the smartphone at MWC next month. Recently, a LTE variant of the Motorola Moto G (2014) was spotted on its Brazil website.