mac, 14 Sep 2016Watch out about this phone. It is built with MT6735 unit. The unit has Mali T720 which doesn't... moreUpdates usually end up killing Moto phones(the original moto g being the exception). So its better to enjoy marshmallow rather than dream about nougat. Besides initial reviews from nexus people are negative for nougat. The OS is battery draining and full of bugs. Don't know what Google is trying to achieve with its monopolistic position.
wand, 15 Sep 2016Lenovo owns Motorola by the way. I am aware of that, Therefore said, Lenovo is trying to kill Moto Brand by launching cheap products
AnonD-585020, 14 Sep 2016That's the phone I'm currently on. I just wish it had a micro SD card slot :( if it did, it wo... moreBased on the device specification from gsmarena it has one, yours doesn't ???
which one is better redmi 3s prime(8999/-) or moto e3 power(maybe 8000/-)
MediaTek MT6735P vs Qualcomm Snapdragon 430
Quad core, 1 GHz, Cortex A53 vs Quad core, 1.4 GHz, Cortex A53
2GB RAM vs 3GB RAM
memory 16GB vs 32GB
no Gyroscope - Gyroscope
pokemon go not working properly in motoE3 power
which one can i buy??Plz tell me
3days to go ........
i think this is waste futures, we need at least 13mp camera, and 32 gb external storage.
AnonD-62471, 14 Sep 2016Still happy with Moto g 1st gen. That's the phone I'm currently on. I just wish it had a micro SD card slot :( if it did, it would be 10x better.
After reading about quality issues with Moto G plus models, I lost trust in Lenovo. They are trying to kill Moto Brand.
Watch out about this phone. It is built with MT6735 unit. The unit has Mali T720 which doesn't comply with Vulcan requirements then it means that Moto E3 won't get Android 7.0 Nougat update!
sivanagaanil, 14 Sep 2016i like moto phone and i like to play games but moto e3 power can i buy it??Depends on what games you play... and of course your budget. If you play demanding games, you'll probably got to buy a pricier device. Casual and moderate games will run fine in Moto E3 Power, but the main concern is the weak(ish) CPU, and Mediatek chipsets aren't known for power-efficiency, althought near stock Android should run without any problems.
AnonD-62471, 14 Sep 2016Still happy with Moto g 1st gen. True that. I still use it. Update to unofficial cm14(Nougat). But screen broke. So thinking of replaciing.