Motorola owned by Lenovo is all set to unveil the next-generation E series smartphones. The lineup is said to comprise of models such as the E5, E5 Plus, and E5 Play. We have already come across the E series smartphones including the E5 and E5 Plus as their specifications were leaked previously. Now, there comes a confirmation on the E5 Play in the form of leaked renders.
The renders of the Moto E5 Play have been revealed by the popular Twitter-based tipster Evan Blass. His tweet states that the device could be limited to the carrier Verizon in the US market. He also revealed that the same smartphone could be unveiled as the Moto E5 Cruise for Cricket Wireless, another carrier in the US. This could be disappointing for the Motorola fans outside the US.
Both the renders of the Moto E5 Play show the front of the smartphone clearly. The device appears to have a Motorola logo at the bottom of the display while there is no physical home button as in the previous generation models. This makes us come to a conclusion that the smartphone might have a fingerprint sensor at its back. The front of the smartphone seems to house only a single selfie camera accompanied with LED flash for low-light selfies.
Apart from the leaked renders, there is no word on the specifications of the Moto E5 Play. The clock widget on the home screen of the renders points out that the smartphone might be unveiled on April 3, 2018. If this happens to be true, then the Moto E5 smartphones might be announced earlier than the previous generation models as the Moto E4 and E4 Plus wee unveiled in June last year. In addition to this, there are speculations tipping that the smartphone might be priced within $150 (approx. Rs. 9,500).
Recently, we saw the Moto E5 get the Bluetooth SIG certification with the model numbers XT1922, XT1924 and XT1944. Also, two variants of the device were spotted on the FCC database too. The listing confirms that the Moto E5 will get the power from a capacious 4000mAh battery that will keep the lights turned on for almost a day.