Details of Motorola's yet-to-be-released affordable smartphone, the Moto E, have been leaked online.
A press conference is scheduled for tomorrow (13 May) in London where the company is expected to announce the Moto E.
Ahead of the press event, a photo was shared online with claims that it originated from an unidentified user posting it on Motorola’s Mexico Facebook page. The image has now been removed from the social media page.
The photo shows the Moto E on the right - alongside the Moto G. Looking smaller than the Moto G, it comes with Motorola branding on the front of the device.
Meanwhile, product information for the new Motorola smartphone also appeared on a listing by a Brazilian online retailer in recent days. The news quickly spread across the internet before the details were removed from the eCommerce site.
According to rumours, the 6.8mm Moto E will run on the latest Google’s open-source operating system Android 4.4 KitKat.
Other Moto E features allegedly include a 1,980mAh battery, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and a 4GB HDD - expandable with the use of an external microSD up to 32GB.
It is expected to have 4G LTE connectivity.
When contacted by Mobile, a spokesperson for Motorola said the company would not be commenting on the matter.