Moto E3 Power: A Pocket-Friendly Variant Backed by a Powerful Battery
BENGALURU: Motorola continues to impress the Indian smartphone users with the release of its new Moto E variant, the Moto E3 Power. With minor modifications compared to its predecessors, the phone is tagged with an affordable price of 7999.
As the name suggests, Lenovo has primarily focused on enhancing the power backup; effectively integrating the phone with a staggering Li-Ion 3,500 mAh battery. With a 10W charger included in the box, the company promises a 15 minute fast charging capability that delivers upto 5 hour long battery life.
Getting into further details, we have enlisted some key features of the all new Moto E3 Power:
Compared to the 4.5 inch display screen included in the previous versions, the new Moto E3 sports a decent 5 inch IPS LCD capacitive screen with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. To add toughness, the display is also protected by a Gorilla glass 3.
Best Camera at the Given Price Range
To satisfy the selfie lovers across the globe, the company has integrated the new version of the Moto E series with standard 5MP secondary and 8MP primary cameras. The phone also supports 720p video recording feature, making it an exceptional bet at the offered price.
Memory and Processor
Moving away from the trend of Qualcomm chipset, the new Moto E3 is powered by a Quad-Core MediaTek chipset that delivers a decent 1GHz processing speed. Furthermore, it is equipped with 2GB RAM, and houses a primary storage of 16GB and a microSD slot for memory expansion upto 32GB.
The Moto E3 Power also features two essential sensors, i.e. accelerometer and proximity. Focusing on connectivity, the phone effectively supports 4G with VoLTE and also features dual SIM card slots, microUSB, Wi-Fi, FM Radio, Bluetooth and GPS.