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At this time, there are several market segments in which Motorola competes. From the low range to the high end, there are several proposals that the brand has for you. Certainly, you will find a smartphone that meets your needs and above all at a very advantageous price.
But just like any other brand, a new year means new generations for their equipment. The year is still starting and therefore there should be much equipment to be unveiled over the following months. It is recalled that Motorola presented us their Moto G5 in MWC 2017, but it will not be on this line that we will speak today.
Today we will look at the most economical line of Motorola. Let’s look at the new Motorola Moto E5 that, although we do not know when it will be unveiled, we already have an idea of its design. All these thanks to a render available by the site MySmartPrice.
As you can see at the top of this article, if this is the new Motorola Moto E5, the same will not escape much of the philosophy we have seen for the brand’s smartphones. We have a metalized body, with rounded corners and considerable margins. But it is precisely these similarities that must leave us with one foot behind. Nothing guarantees that this is not a Photoshop job.
The fingerprint reader of this Motorola Moto E5 is quite curious
Perhaps the most interesting data from these images is on the device’s fingerprint sensor. It’s not your transition to the back of the smartphone that surprises us, but its location. If confirmed, it will be in the same place as the Motorola logo.The render we are considering that this Moto E5 will feature a 5-inch screen, with the traditional 16: 9 ratio. Still, in the front of the equipment, we must emphasize the presence of an LED flash to aid you in your selfies.
It is already customary for Motorola smartphones to have their logo printed in a concavity well in the centre of the rear of the device, in a very accessible location. Therefore, it will be a genius manoeuvre on the part of the company to take advantage of this location to house its biometric reader.