Motorola‘s latest and cheapest phone Moto E3 went from rumours to real launch pretty fast when it was announced in the UK last month. And now reports recommend that it has already inwards in India. So it’s just matter of days earlier than the sub-Rs 10,000 phone launches in the country.
The third-generation Moto E phone has been spotted on import-export website Zauba’s listings. According to the listing, a total of 30 units have been imported to the country. The phone is expected to launch here in September.
While Motorola hasn’t revealed much about the Moto E3 or its launch, the phone has been spotted on Indian import-export tracking website Zauba.
The listing suggests that a total of 30 units of the smartphone were imported for testing in India.
Moto E3 will likely have a 5-inch HD display and will be powered by a quad-core CPU. Running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the device is expected to have a 2,800mAh battery.