A year ago, Motorola was acquired by Lenovo, which gives them super powers to design and produce affordable smartphones which are taking over the market and Lenovo had already prepared for this.
The company yesterday, introduced the Moto E3, the latest flagship in the Moto E series rang of smartphones. The only unique selling point of the mobile device is its price. This device would cost you only $131, however, its specs might not impress you that much, but they are really good.
The Moto E3 comes with a 5-inch HD resolution display, an upgrade from the 4.5-inch display on the Moto E, 1GB of RAM, a quad-core processor, an 8MP camera on the back, 8GB storage with 32GB expandable storage and what they call a”built-in smudge-resistant screen protector.” Of course, you will be getting the android 6.0 Marshmallow treatment. Packed along with Moto E3 is the 2800mAh mediocre battery with a talk-time of 21 hours.
Everything about this smartphone screams average, but given the price (about N26,200 if converted), it could tempt those who crave for a globally-recognized device that offers upgrade promises.