Unveiling 4G LTE versions of popular smartphones are becoming a norm, especially for Motorola. Apparently, the multinational telecommunications company is planning to reveal an upgraded 4G LTE model of its Moto E smartphone, according to a Brazilian retailer.
This retailer recently posted on its website (and since taken down) a Moto E Dual 4G unit, and we think it’s got a very high possibility to have some truth to it. That’s because Motorola’s done this once before – it launched the Moto G without LTE connectivity, then released a 4G model to the market a few months later.
If this device does manage to go official, it will be one of the first few entry-level smartphones to have dual-SIM connectivity capabilities. For most other cheaper units, it’s a question of having either-or.
The Motorola Moto E 4G LTE unit’s also said to have a microSD memory expandable slot, 4.3in qHD screen, 1,980mAh battery, Snapdragon 200 chipset, and a 5MP camera with 480p video capture, in addition to a bunch of other features.
Any pricing details?
But, even though the smartphone’s been leaked on the website, the unit has yet to go on sale – it’s specified as “not available” and consumers interested in purchasing the device have an option to provide their email addresses to the retailer to confirm its arrival.
No pricing details were divulged either, so we’re pretty much in the dark (just as you are) on any other details of the unit – we’re not even sure if it will be making its way to Singapore.
Motorola’s got an event scheduled to happen in a matter of hours, so we’re hoping it will shed some light on this and put an end to these rumours, along with unboxing the successors to its Moto G and Moto X.
[Source and image: GSM Arena]