Image of Moto E leaks in Facebook post

Image of Moto E leaks in Facebook post

It seems Motorola is getting ready to announce the successor of Moto X at the conference they are holding on May 13th, and it will be known as the Moto E. Motorola is planning to launch this new affordable smartphone in developing markets, and somebody was nice enough to put a picture of the Moto E right along with Moto X on Facebook, and then removing it afterward. But folks over at Android Police got their hands on the picture, have a look:

moto eWell, it is similar to the Moto X in design, but who doesn’t like change, right? Motorola is planning to target the low-end market instead of launching high-end smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One. Do you think Moto E will make a decent affordable smartphone?

Source: AndroidPolice

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5 Comments

  1. John Bailey
    May 09, 19:36 Reply

    That’s a Moto g next to the Moto e. Not a Moto x. And the Moto x is definitely not getting replaced by the Moto e. The Moto E is another lower priced phone for emerging markets. Here I am bringing you news, sheesh.

  2. John Bailey
    May 09, 19:38 Reply

    If you’re going to run an Android news site, at least read the articles you’re stealing from.

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