In the previous week, several renders of the upcoming Motorola phones such as Moto E5, Moto G6 series, Moto Z3 series and Moto X4 were revealed. Fresh 3D renders of the Moto E5 created by @OnLeaks in collaboration with CouponRaja have surfaced today to reveal some of the design changes that it will be arriving with.
According to leaked information shared by @OnLeaks, the Moto E5 will be arriving with a 5-inch display like the predecessor model and it will be measuring 151 x 74 x 8.9mm. Its camera bump will increase its thickness to 9.5mm.
The physical Home button is no longer available on the chin of the device. It suggests that the handset will be coming with on-screen navigation buttons. The Moto E4 series phones from 2017 came with front-mounted fingerprint scanner. However, a recently leaked image and the new renders show that it could be embedded under the “M” logo placed below the rear camera of the phone.
A circular-shaped camera housing that houses a single lens and a LED flash is also available on the backside of the phone. The previously leaked image of the phone features a “Motorola” logo on the chin of the device which cannot be seen in the new render.
The body of the Moto E5 appears to be made out of metal. It seems to feature a microUSB port and a microphone at the bottom edge whereas the 3.5mm audio jack can be seen on the topside of the phone. The volume rocker and Power key are positioned on the right side of the Moto E5 in the 3D renders. The handset will most likely arrive with a 16:9 aspect ratio display. It is speculated to be driven by a MediaTek chipset. It is rumored that the selfie camera of the phone will be equipped with a LED flash.
The Moto E4 was unveiled in June last year. Hence, it is speculated that the successor phone will be debuting in late second quarter this year. Just as E4 Plus had accompanied E4 phone in 2017, Lenovo-owned Motorola is speculated to launch Moto E5 and Moto E5 Plus phones together this year.