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Lenovo launches the budget Moto E3 Power in India for Rs. 7,999 ($120)
In a press conference in New Delhi today, Lenovo launched their new affordable 4G smartphone, the Moto E Power, in India. The all new Moto E3 Power comes with a 5-inch HD display and is powered by Android Marshmallow out of the box.
The Moto E3 Power also sports water-repellent nano-coating allowing your phone to take an accidental splash of water or little showers when you’re out and about, while the display boasts of a built-in smudge-resistant screen protection saving it from annoying fingerprint smudges.
Moto E3 Power specifications
- Operating System: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- Display: 12.7cms (5.0”) | 720p HD (1280 x 720) | 294ppi
- Processor: MediaTek quad-core MT6735P 1.0GHz 64-bit processor | Mali T720 GPU
- RAM | 2GB
- Internal Storage: 16GB; expandable up to 32GB via microSD card
- Rear Camera: 8MP | LED flash | 720p HD video
- Front Camera: 5 MP
- Battery: 3500 mAh | 10W rapid charger (included in the box)
- Dimensions: 143.8 x 71.6 x 9.55 mm
Priced at ₹7,999 ($120), the Moto E3 Power will be available exclusively on Flipkart starting midnight tonight in two color variants – black and white.
Moto E series is one of the most successful franchises on Flipkart, and for the launch day, the online retailer has some special offers valid till 11:59PM on September 20. There’s a special exchange offer with additional ₹1,000 on regular exchange value and the phone is available at no cost easy monthly instalments (EMI) with any credit card (₹1,334 per month for 6 months). All Moto E3 Power customers will get a complimentary 32GB SanDisk microSD card worth ₹599, and there’s an extra ₹800 off with transactions on SBI debit and credit cards. Additionally, you can pick a Moto Pulse headset for only ₹499.
According to the company, there are over 3 million Moto E users in India since the launch of first generation Moto E three years ago. The budget smartphone market in India is getting increasingly crowded, yet each device on the shelf understandably makes a few compromises here and there. What are your thoughts on the Moto E3 Power, and would you be looking to pick one?