In April 2018, Motorola had launched six new smartphones in its G and E series on the market. The Moto E series was introduced to meet the entry-level segment as the new offerings – Moto E5, Moto E5 Plus and Moto E5 Play – were positioned under the respective Moto G6 models. While the Moto E5 Play was originally launched as a US-exclusive smartphone, it is now launching in European and Latin American countries, but this time running Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition) instead of the full Android Oreo. In addition, there are some changes in terms of specifications. With rumors about Samsung announcing its first Android Go smartphone, Motorola has announced the new version of Moto E5 Play, which uses the optimized Android version of Google for low-cost phones.

Moto E5 game prize

As mentioned earlier, the Moto E5 Play with Android Oreo (Go Edition) will be available this month in Europe and Latin America. The smartphone costs 109 euros (about 8,700 rupees). Motorola has not yet released the release date and prices for the Moto E5 Play (Go Edition) handset.

Moto E5 game specifications

Instead of a 5.2-inch 16: 9 aspect ratio display in the original Moto-E5 Play, the new Moto E5 Play variant features a 5.3-inch 18: 9 aspect ratio display. The two smartphones share a similar basic design, including the backside fingerprint sensor under the Moto logo. This variant has the same 8 megapixel rear view camera and a 5 megapixel front camera with flash. Other specifications such as processor and RAM have not been set. While the original Moto E5 Play model comes with 2GB of RAM, the Android Go model could be shipped with 1GB of RAM, as this is the limit for Android Go phones.

Assuming the rest of the specifications match the US model of the Moto E5 Play, it could have a 2800mAh battery, water-repellent coating, Snapdragon 425/427 SoC. The built-in memory in the smartphone could be 16 GB, expandable via microSD card (up to 128 GB).

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