Moto’s E-series smartphone renders would appear online; Displays dual rear cameras, teardrop style notch
Renderings of an unnamed Motorola smartphone have surfaced online. These renderings were shared by a tipster via a tweet, but he doesn’t mention the smartphone’s nickname. Depending on the design of the Motorola smartphone, it can be assumed that it is part of the Moto E series. Motorola is said to be working on the development of a few new smartphones such as Moto E20 and Moto E40. Recently, the design and key specifications of the upcoming Moto G50 5G (codenamed Saipan) were also leaked.
Renderings of an upcoming Motorola smartphone have been tweeted by tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks). However, Blass didn’t mention which smartphones the renders were intended for, and the tweet only says “Name this phone.” Considering the design of the smartphone, it can be assumed that it is part of the budget line of the company owned by Lenovo – the Moto E series.
According to renderings shared by Blass, the Motorola smartphone gets a teardrop-style notch for the selfie camera. The screen gets a high aspect ratio with thick bezels on three sides and a thicker chin. On the right side, the renderings show the voice assistant buttons, volume rockers, and the power button. On the other side, it receives a SIM tray.
The back of the smartphone features a honeycomb design with a Motorola logo in the middle. However, it is not clear whether the logo also serves as a fingerprint reader. Renderings show a dual rear camera setup with an LED flash. The rear camera housing is visible in the upper left corner of the back of the smartphone and “AI Dual Camera” is engraved on the module. The top of the smartphone receives a 3.5mm headphone jack, and at the bottom, a USB port – which appears to be a USB Type-C port – and a speaker grille.
Blass previously shared some official renderings of the Moto G50 5G “Saipan”. The design of the smartphone is slightly different from that of the Moto G50 (code name Ibiza). Some key specs for the Moto G50 5G ‘Saipan’ have also appeared online, alleging that it could be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC.
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