Motorola Moto E3 gets FCC certification, hints new specs
Motorola has obtained an FCC certification for one of their latest and soon to be released devices, the Motorola Moto E3, and the FCC sticker on the back of the device does more than just give certification but also gives insights into some other interesting specifications.
For one, we now know that the battery would be a removable kind and the sticker has gone on to indicate that the device would be made with variants in memory space, one of which would be the 16GB variant. However, we do not know for now if there would be another with a higher storage capacity but with the SD card slot on board, expansion is possible for those who so need it.
Officially introduced into the United Kingdom just last week, the Motorola Moto E3 is expected to go on sale in the region starting from the month of September.
With FCC certification now making the phone compliant for US markets, it is expected that it launches in the United States in the same timeframe also.
The device itself is a 5 inch built smartphone running on four cores with a back and front camera combo of 8MP and 5MP respectively. According to Motorola, the battery which is clocked t 2800mAh is enough to last all day long.
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