A press rendering of the Motorola Moto E has made it to the Internet. This smaller brother to the Motorola Moto G seems to retain the same design language of its predecessor, sporting a very similar back and front design.
Based on the leaked image, it appears that the new Moto E will now have a front-facing camera that its predecessor lacked, although the rear shooter still doesn’t have an LED flash. Oddly, the speaker grille on the bottom of the display is now missing, which was usually present on most Motorola devices last year.
More importantly, the on-screen navigation buttons are clearly from Android 5.0 Lollipop. If this image is legitimate, the second generation Moto E might ship with Android Lollipop, which is always a good thing.
As far as specification go, no details have been leaked yet. Considering how the Moto E is a budget Android smartphone, it can be safely assumed that it will retain most of its predecessor’s specifications, including a 4.3-inch 960 x 540 display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor. It would be nice if the processor gets an upgrade though.
Hopefully, more details of the second generation Moto E will come up as we inch closer to MWC 2015 in March.
(Source: Android Police)