Moto E3 Power Ready to Launch in India for Rs 5392

Moto E3 Power is the upcoming android smartphone from Motorola with stunning looks. This is the latest device from company with appealing specifications and options. As per the company’s first teaser for the smartphone on its social channels, the phone will launch in India soon.

“#ThePow3r to boost up your dying battery in a jiffy” and “#ThePow3r to charge faster Coming Soon” Moto India, posted on twitter. The phone packed with 5-inch (1280 x 720 pixels) HD IPS display and 3500mAh battery as top end specifications.

Moto E3 Power XT1706 packed with a large and beautiful 5-inch (1280 x 720 pixels) HD IPS display for viewing all the contents in a good manner. This is powered by an efficient 1GHz Quad-core MediaTek MT6735P processor with Mali-T720 GPU for high end performance including quality games and graphics. 

Moto E3 Power

Moto E3 Power XT1706 supports 2GB RAM. You have 16GB internal memory to keep all songs, films and photos. Memory is more expandable with microSD for additional storage needs. The phone runs on latest Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) OS for all android apps and games fun. There is Dual SIM card support for easy calls and data option. 

Moto E3 Power XT1706 offers a high clarity 8MP rear camera with LED Flash for capturing all photos and videos. This is the main camera of the phone supports 1080p video recording. Selfies and video calls best with the 5MP front-facing camera. Available data and connectivity options includes 4G LTE, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS etc.

You have  3.5mm audio jack and FM Radio in this phone. Moto E3 Power XT1706 powered by an efficient 3500mAh battery for best back up and talk time. The Moto E3 Power went on sale in Hong Kong last month. The phone has been imported to India for Rs. 5,392 recently. Moto G4 Play was launched in India earlier this week. 

Moto E3 Power XT1706 Price in India: Rs 5392/- Approx

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