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Motorola Moto E6 Leaked. Comes with 5.45-inch Display & Android Pie

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Motorola‘s E series is known for the budget friendly offerings. The brand is about to launch the newest iteration in the E series, the Moto E6. The key specifications of the device got leaked today which helped to know what to expect from the handset.

According to the sources, the device is expected to be codenamed “surfna”. It will have a compact 5.45-inch HD+ display with 720 x 1440 pixel resolution. Both front and back will sport single camera setup.

Under the hood, it is expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 chipset. Motorola is one of the fewest brands in the current industry that does not pack the latest and greatest specifications in their devices despite the competition. The Snapdragon 430 used on the device is rumored to be of 32 bit which no other brand uses in 2019.

There will be 2 GB of RAM on the handset which will be coupled with either 32 GB or 64 GB of internal storage. The existence of a 3 GB + 32 GB variant is unlikely. It is most likely to get a micro SD card slot as well. The battery capacity is unknown at the moment.

As far as the software is concerned, it will run on Google’s latest Android 9 Pie. It may even be packed with Android Go which is intented for smartphones with low-end specifications. However, the situation of software updates is skeptical as the predecessor did not receive any updates.

In terms of optics, the single rear camera is a 13 MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture. The front camera will be of 5 MP with f/2.0 aperture. The handset will be first available in the US on carriers and be introduced to other markets later. There is no exact timeframe for the launch so far. We’ll update once more information is known regarding the device. Till then, stay tuned.

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