Lenovo Quietly Introduces The Moto E3, An Average, But Affordable Device.

Affordable phones are taking over the market and Lenovo knows this.

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The company introduced the Moto E3, the latest smartphone in the Moto E series yesterday.

The only unique selling point of the device is its price, it would cost you about $131, however, its specs might not impress you. You have a 5-inch HD resolution display, an upgrade from the 4.5-inch display on the Moto E, a quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8MP camera on the back, 8GB storage with expandable storage and what they call a”built-in smudge-resistant screen protector.” Of course, you will be getting the Marshmallow treatment along with a mediocre 2800mAh battery.


The Moto E3

Everything about this device screams average, but given the price (about N26,200 if converted), it could tempt those who crave for a globally-recognized device that offers upgrade promises.

H/T The Verge

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    5 comments on “Lenovo Quietly Introduces The Moto E3, An Average, But Affordable Device.

    1. Victor Molokwu says:

      The specs is not good enough, but considering the price and brand name it might fly, Misstechy pls who is your “bureau de changer”?
      $131 = N26,500? I doff my hat for your connects oo

      1. Titi says:

        ??? she is prophesying in faith for the dollar rate to be 180.

        1. Kay says:


          It’s actually 43k+ (Money for Boom J8) 🙁

          Cheap my butt.

          Redmi 3/X/S is leagues better

    2. Dream Chaser says:

      A Side Chick Device

    3. Noni says:

      The big brands tend not to do particularly great “budget” devices. Lenovo will continue to produce the Moto E for that element of the market that want a basic smart phone.

      And this is budget for the Western market, not the African market.

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