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Motorola Smartphone through FCC (New Moto E?)


News by Luke Jones on Wednesday January 14, 2015.

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Original Moto E
Original Moto E

While Chinese regulatory body TENAA has been leaking smartphones in a steady stream, things have been more barren over at American counterpart, the FCC. However, a new Motorola device paid a visit to the certifying body and made its presence felt yesterday. The handset in question carries the model number 4583 and passed through the FCC with the ID IHDT56QF1.

The smartphone is probably the new edition of the Moto E, the company?s entry level device that launched last year to decent acclaim.

The current Moto E comes with a 4.3-inch screen, a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 with 1GB of RAM, a 5 megapixel rear camera, 4GB of on board storage, and a micro SD card slot to expand the storage space. The device is a well spec'd machine for the very bottom of the smartphone market and it is a compelling choice for the budget restricted.

There is no surprise to see that Motorola will up the ante across the board for the newer Moto E, giving the entry level consumer and even more enticing prospect. The handset will reportedly come with a bigger 4.5-inch screen, although it will retain the same 540 x 960 resolution. Elsewhere they will be a Snapdragon 400 with 1GB of RAM, a 5 megapixel rear snapper, a front facer this time, and interestingly LTE. That would make it very similar to the original Moto G in terms of hardware.

 
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