My E2 still working fine (battery a bit down, bought since 2015), my expesive Galaxy dead just13months, require motherboard replace
Will be ok if it has something on par or better than the SD425 & MT6739 and 2GB or more RAM and a 4000mAh battery then it will be gold value! V-V
Year 2024, Motorola releases E11 with powerful Snapdragon 435.
Anonymous, 22 Jun 2019I unironically hope it doesn't come with a fingerprint scanner because I'm sick and tired of t... moreYeah they always cripple that feature on low end handsets, the sensitivity is way off (unable to detect at times), and again most who didn't start with it will have treated it like an afterthought.
I unironically hope it doesn't come with a fingerprint scanner because I'm sick and tired of that gimmicky bullshit being in every single phone. People are bat shit insane though and actually want to use it, so companies are now practically forced to include it lmao
Seems like a decent phone as long as it's not above $150. I can only hope this get will Android Q, but that is unlikely with Motorola's poor track record of software updates. The textured back will make it stand out in the sea of budget phones, and the rear camera in the corner is a nice change too. The chin could've been a little smaller, but I guess that's what you get for a budget phone. Also, past leaks reported the E6 would have a 5 MP selfie cam, which I guess is okay, but the Moto E3 from almost 3 years ago has a 5 MP too, so it's getting a bit outdated in my opinion. I would be VERY disappointed if it STILL had Micro-USB, but considering the Moto Z and G series both have USB-C, I suggest the E6 may have it too.
Anything is better than glass back, if they put micro USB in there again that's a shame.
Anonymous, 21 Jun 2019is motorola living in the past? If ignoring a tiny circle jerk in the comments section is in the past, then we must be so far back.
Magicdave99, 21 Jun 2019Seriously? Looks like a downgrade from the Moto E5Because this is the new low-end model. It seems there are only going to be two E models this year: the low-end E6 (comparable to the E4 and E5 Play), and the E6 Plus.
Just like with the E4 and E5 Play, there will probably be two models: one with a fingerprint sensor (available at select prepaid outlets like Xfinity Mobile), and one cheaper one without (at cheaper prepaid outlets like MetroPCS and unlocked). The picture of the phone that Moto supplied to the FCC shows a dip in the Moto "M" logo on the back, which indicates a fingerprint sensor, while these renders do not.
Some of the renders seem to indicate that it has a removable back, and the FCC testing docs list them testing multiple batteries, so I'm hoping the E6 will have a removable battery like all the previous low-end E phones.