Yesterday we met the new Moto G50 5G and today we learned that the Moto G60s presented a few days ago will finally be released in Spain. But the Moto G family isn’t the only one receiving – or receiving – news; The entry level of the manufacturer, the Moto E range, will also welcome a new member very soon.

Famous leaker Evan Blass @evleaks has leaked the images and most of the features of Motorola’s future budget phone. It will be called the Moto E20 and, among other features, it will have a 4000mAh battery and a dual rear camera.

Pleasant on the outside, but very basic on the inside

Although the Moto E6i is still marketed in Spain, Motorola’s Moto E family is now in its seventh generation, where the maximum exhibitor is the Moto E7 Power. Judging by the leaks, everything indicates that the next jump in the successive line will materialize in the Moto E20, but it doesn’t look like this jump is very big in terms of performance.

Evan Blass posted on Twitter some images of this Moto E20 that let us see a screen with a teardrop notch and a back with a curious honeycomb design. In it later, we find the elongated module of the dual camera and the fingerprint reader integrated into the Motorola logo.

USB-C port and speaker at the bottom, card slot on the left edge and three buttons on the right, probably the volume control, the power button and a key which, almost certainly, will give us access to the assistant Google. At the top you can see the headphone jack.

In addition to these images, Evan Blass shared most of the characteristics of this future Moto E20, among which stand out the 6.5-inch HD + screen and a 1.6 GHz octa-core processor (model not specified). He also talks about a setup with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, which is pretty basic at this point.

According to this leak, the operating system will be Android 11 and the battery will have a capacity of 4000mAh, predictably without fast charging. The photographic equipment would consist of a 5-megapixel front camera and a rear dual camera with a 13-megapixel main sensor as well as another 2-megapixel sensor.

There are no details on its launch date, the countries in which it will be available and the selling price, but taking into account its features and the cost of the other models in the Moto E series, it is very likely that it will reach the market around 100 euros.

Via | Jaded evan