Last time, we covered some bits on the upcoming Moto E LE smartphone that revealed some of its internals. Now, we have another leak that showcases the design of the budget smartphone. The Moto E LE will be the successor of the Moto E6 smartphone that debuted a year back. It is said to feature upgraded internals and new design, let’s take a look.
The Moto E LE smartphone has just popped on the internet that showcases the front, rear, and side profiles of the budget smartphone. At a glance, we see the same front design as the predecessor Moto E6.
It has the same waterdrop notch display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The bezels aren’t that thin, in fact, there’s a significant amount of bezel at the bottom. There’s also a single selfie snapper.
Shifting to the rear, there’s the modern Moto design which we saw in several Moto One series of smartphones. It ditches the single module of camera setup and equips two sets with one camera and LED flash placed in a module. Another camera lens is placed above the LED flash and secondary lens. In total, it makes a dual-camera setup at the rear.
Motorola has also embossed the Moto branding on the capacitive fingerprint scanner at the back. On the left side, there’s the SIM and microSD card tray and there is the power button and volume rocker on the right side.
That’s what the leak reveals, but we recently saw the smartphone on the Verizon database and it was also surfaced in a past leak. Click the link below to learn some specs of the Moto E LE smartphone.