Maurya, 27 Aug 2016Dear Anonymous, it is good to know that you are among the people who are concerned with smartp... moreActually not true. Bugs are not restricted to software or even firmware but do & can come from the hardware level or need not necessarily even be a combination or HW & SW. An example is the FDIV bug on intel. A more recent & specific one is the SMS = to restart MTK phones which happened as recently as 2 years back. More recent is the Quadrooter on Snapdragon chipsets. So What ever the preconceived notions of the common lay user,IMHO, I wish atleast the user who's correcting such user' preconceptions is better informed than us commoners. Thanks.
It will never be a hit if it will cost 7000+ with such ordinary specs. Even samsung is giving much better product at this price, with better vfm.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2016This shows the reality of lenovo. Google never used cheap and usless processor like mediatek e... moreDear Anonymous, it is good to know that you are among the people who are concerned with smartphone(communication) security. But before actually criticizing and making any judgement calls and also derogatory remarks one must be thoroughly informed about the technology (Chipset in this case) which the phones are using. First of all please remove your preconceived notion that "Mediatek" is a substandard chipset, which it is not and as a matter of fact they quite technologically advanced. I am sure you are familiar with a basic concept of economics "what you pay is what you get". So if you are comparing low range processor of one company with high range processor of another, then it is useless. Chip-set are used according to the cost of the phones. Moreover, the security loopholes are not because of hardware, but because of thousands of people who are working on the software in order to find them and use it to breach security (hackers). Whereas the company also tries to keep abreast with these attacks and try to patch it up on a regular basis. It is not an easy job and one must understand it before posting derogatory remarks based on preconceived Notions.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2016This shows the reality of lenovo. Google never used cheap and usless processor like mediatek e... moreBeware, over 900 million Android devices are affected by 'high-risk' Quadrooter flaw warns security company Check Point software technologies.
Found in devices running Qualcomm processors, QuadRooter includes four vulnerabilities, any of which can be used by hackers to take control of an smartphone
Chad, 01 Aug 2016Umm...ok this phone looks terrible. It's processor is slower then 2nd gen it's still only 8gb... moreThis shows the reality of lenovo. Google never used cheap and usless processor like mediatek even in last moto e 2nd editon they have used snapdragon 410 with 1.2ghz . So its a request to lenovo to bring phone with good specs
pls moto dont release with these specs, it will be a total flop, with redmi 3s specs and redmi 4 coming on the way...it will not appeal to anyone. so pls dont release with these kind of specs...
wow...this is a step down....2nd gen had Qualcomm Snapdragon clocked at 1.2Ghz, this one is 1.0Ghz Mediatek? Maybe it'll help drive the price of the Moto E 2nd gen to the $20 mark which is perfect for people wanting income devices for apps like Perk, Checkpoints or Swagbucks....
Now a days Basic hardware for mobile is 16GB Internal memory and 2GB RAM, but as per spec still Moto E3 holds 8GB memory and 1GB RAM. So this is completely waste for Moto E3 to release the mobile.
Chad, 01 Aug 2016Umm...ok this phone looks terrible. It's processor is slower then 2nd gen it's still only 8gb... moreLenovo is completely messed up this gigantic brand, no more trust on Motorola anymore
This is a budget phone, don't forget that. This is not a phone for you to put a bunch of apps.
Umm...ok this phone looks terrible. It's processor is slower then 2nd gen it's still only 8gb internal and 1gb of RAM...and it only supports 32gb card. So what I'm getting g with gen 3 is a little bit bigger screen and a slightly better batrery ( which you will need cause the screen will draw more power).
Motorola take this back, give us 16gb internal 2 GB RAM and let it support a 128gb card. Give us something worth buying not something we are gonna be disappointed with.