It has only been a few months since Motorola launched the mighty Moto E, but the company seems busy working on the updated version.
Whereas the Moto E was a path breaking handset, sitting below the Moto G in terms of specs and price, the new Moto E might come with a powerful 64-bit processor.
The original Moto E was a wonderful little monster. However, it now feels boring and underpowered when compared to rival handsets in the same class. So, Motorola needs to figure out how to make an amazing budget handset that appeals to common masses.
If a new report is to believe, Motorola is already testing a new entry-level handset using the Geekbench testing suite. The supposed phone, which we assume could be the new Moto E, features the Snapdragon 410 CPU.
Apparently, the mysterious phone has a quad-core MSM8916 Snapdragon 410 clocked at 1.2 GHz, paired with 1GB of RAM. The benchmark also confirms the handset is tested with Android 4.4 kitkat.
As of now, the forthcoming phone from Motorola is not less than a mystery. Its specifications remain unknown, and the smartphone would likely be rolled out sometime early next year.
Motorola has been rumored to release a slew of mid-end handsets, so this report should be taken with a grain of salt. Nevertheless, it is interesting to hear that Motorola (now an arm of Lenovo Group) is at least considering to introduce a 64-bit processor in the entry-level handsets.
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