Verizon Moto E 2015 leaked, has 4G LTE

While Motorola hasn’t yet officially announced a second generation Moto E, we’ve seen a few renders that show off the new smartphone. Now, folks at Android Police have posted a leaked image for Verizon’s Moto E. Well, it appears that Motorola’s upcoming budget phone will soon be headed to Verizon, though there are no details about the launch date.

As you can see in the image above, the phone is featuring Verizon logo and LTE branding. Before this, Moto E LTE was spotted on BestBuy with Sprint’s branding, mentioning that it’d would retail for $99.99 off contract. However, the Moto E listing was later removed from BestBuy website.

The new Moto E is coming equipped with 4G LTE support for faster wireless network and a front-facing camera — two great features that were missing on the old Moto E. Besides these, the next generation Moto E might come with a Snapdragon processor, 1GB of RAM, and microSD card support. The new Moto E will run on Android Lollipop.

Via: Android Police