The Moto E20’s specs and a new render were leaked online before its official release. The Moto E20 rendering shows the phone’s design from all angles. The purported Motorola smartphone, owned by Lenovo, features a teardrop-style screen design and a 3.5mm audio jack. The Moto E20 can have a real dual camera configuration with a cylindrical camera module placed in the upper left corner of the smartphone. The leak also suggests that the Moto E20 may have a 4,000 mAh battery and be powered by an octa-core processor.
Evan Blass conspirator has leaked a new render along with the Moto E20 specs. The insider also confirmed that the renders shared at the beginning of the month were for the Moto E20. The phone should have a 6.5-inch HD+ screen and run on Android 11. The Moto E20 will likely be powered by a 1.6GHz octa-core processor paired with 2GB of RAM. Internal storage can be 32GB. It is unclear whether it can be expanded.
The Moto E20 is designed to feature a dual camera configuration at the rear with a 13 megapixel main camera and a 2 megapixel secondary sensor. Up front, the phone should house a 5-megapixel selfie camera. The phone must pack a 4,000 mAh battery and is known as Aruba. The Moto E20 is inclined to have the model number XT215-1.
The rendering leak claims the Moto E20 will have a textured rear panel with a rear fingerprint reader and a cylindrical camera module. On the front, the phone is seen with a teardrop notch and a significant chin at the bottom. The SIM tray is probably on the left side of the phone, while the volume and power buttons are on the right column. The USB charging port and speaker grill are on the bottom edge and a 3.5mm audio jack is seen on the top edge of the smartphone.
Motorola has not made any official announcements about the launch of the Moto E20. Blass also hints that a Moto E30 may also be in the works and is currently in development codenamed ‘Cyprus’.
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