The Moto E20’s renders and full specs appeared Tuesday, leaving little to the imagination. While Motorola has yet to reveal anything about the E20, it has gone via Geekbench, confirming crucial specifications from earlier reports.
The Moto E20, codenamed “Aruba,” comes with 2GB of RAM and is powered by an octa-core processor from the Unisoc T606 SoC, which we already know about. Android 11 is installed on the phone, but it is the Go version.
The Moto E20 isn’t listed on Geekbench, but prior rumors have revealed that it will include a 6.5″ HD+ LCD, 32GB of internal storage, a separate microSD card slot, and a 4,000 mAh battery with 10W charging.
For selfies and video calls, you’ll get a 5MP front-facing camera, and around the back will be a 13MP primary camera joined by a 2MP depth unit.
Motorola is also working on the Moto E30, which is codenamed “Cyprus.” But we don’t have any details about it.