Moto E3 Power

Lenovo owned Motorola has today launched their entry level smartphone in Indian market. The company has launched Moto E3 Power at 7,999 INR. The main highlight of the smartphone is its 3500 mAh battery with rapid charging.

We have been testing this device from last one week, and here are the answers to your common queries about Moto E3 power.

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Moto E3 Power Pros

  • 3500 mAh battery
  • Solid build
  • Fair display
  • Stable performance
  • Dual-SIM 4G+3G
  • Rapid charging
  • Android Marshmallow

Moto E3 Power Cons

  • Average camera
  • No fingerprint sensor
  • Not for heavy gaming

Moto E3 Power Specifications

Key SpecsSamsung Galaxy A9 Pro
Display5 inch IPS LCD
Screen ResolutionHD (720 x 1280p)
Operating SystemAndroid 6.0.1 Marshmallow
Processor Quad-core 1.0 GHz Cortex-A53
ChipsetMediatek MT6735P
RAM2 GB
Inbuilt Storage 16 GB
Storage UpgradeYes, up to 32 GB
Primary Camera8 MP
Secondary Camera5 MP
Battery 3500 mAh
Fingerprint SensorNo
NFCNo
4G readyYes
SIM card typeDual-SIM
WaterproofNo, water repellent
Weight155 grams
Price Rs. 7,999

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Question: How is the design and build quality?

Answer: The Moto E3 Power comes with the same design language that we saw in the recently launched Moto G in a slightly thicker form factor. Moto phones have always had a simplistic design with flat back, curved on the edges. There is a grainy texture on the back panel, which is removable. Front has good looking speaker grills on the chin and forehead with a silver lining that looks very cool.

With a 5 inch form factor, it is very handy. Like most of the Motorola phones, the plastic quality feels great and has a solid body. It can be easily used with one hand.

Question: Does the Moto E3 Power have dual SIM Slots?

Answer: Yes, it has dual SIM slots; both support micro-SIM cards.

Question: Does the Moto E3 Power have microSD expansion option?

Answer: Yes, the Moto E3 Power has a dedicated microSD card slot which supports up to 32GB of card.

Question: What are the color options?

Answer: The device will be available in White and Black colors.

Question: Does the Moto E3 Power have the 3.5 mm headphone jack?

Answer: Yes, the device comes with a 3.5 mm audio jack.

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Question: What all sensors does it have?

Answer: The Moto E3 Power comes with accelerometer, proximity sensor and light sensor.

Question: What is the SoC used in the Moto E3 Power?

Answer: The Moto E3 Power comes with a Quad-core 1.0 GHz Cortex A-53 MediaTek 6735P processor.

Question: How is the display of the Moto E3 Power?

Answer: The Moto E3 Power comes with a 5 inch IPS display with HD (720 x 1280p) resolution. It has a pixel density of ~294 ppi. The display looks good for the price it comes for.

Question: Does the Moto E3 Power support Adaptive Brightness?

Answer: Yes, it supports adaptive brightness.

Question: Which OS version, OS type runs on the phone?

Answer: The device runs on stock Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

Question: Does it has physical buttons or on-screen buttons?

Answer: The device comes with on-screen buttons.

Question: Does it come with a fingerprint sensor?

Answer: No, it does not have a fingerprint sensor.

Question: Can we Play 4K Videos on Moto E3 Power?

Answer: No, the device can only play videos up to full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) resolution.

Question: Is Fast Charging supported on the Moto E3 Power?

Answer:  It does not support Quick Charging but the company has included Rapid charging that can give you 5 hours of backup with just 15 minutes of charging.

Question: Does it support USB OTG?

Answer: Yes, it supports USB OTG.

Question: Does it come with a Gyroscope sensor?

Answer: No, it does not have a gyroscope sensor.

Question: Is it waterproof?

Answer: No, it isn’t waterproof.

Question: Does it have NFC?

Answer: No, it does not have NFC.

Question: How much storage is available at user end?

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Answer: 11.96GB of storage is available at user end out of 16GB.

Question: How much RAM is free on the first boot?

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Answer: 1.2 GB of RAM was free out of 2GB.

Question: How good is the camera quality of the Moto E3 Power?

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Answer: It comes with an 8MP camera on the back and a 5 MP camera on the front. Picture quality from both the cameras is decent for the price. We got decent pictures in the day light but we have seen better cameras in the same price range.

Question: Does it have Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)?

Answer: No, the camera does not have OIS support.

Question: Is there any dedicated camera shutter button on the Moto E3 Power?

Answer: No, it does not have any dedicated camera shutter button.

Question: What is the weight of Moto E3 Power?

Answer: The device weighs 156 grams.

Question: How loud is the loudspeaker?

Answer: The loudspeaker on the phone is very normal. It just has one loudspeaker at the bottom and the volume level is nothing more than ususal.

Question: Can the Moto E3 Power be connected to a Bluetooth headset?

Answer: Yes, it can be connected to a Bluetooth headset.

Question: What are the benchmark scores for Moto E3 Power?

Answer: The benchmark scores are-

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Benchmark App Benchmark Scores
Quadrant 7133
Geekbench 3 Single Core- 425
Multi-Core- 1195
AnTuTu (64-bit) 24186

Moto E3 benchmark (2)

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Question: Is Mobile Hotspot Internet Sharing supported?

Answer: Yes, you can create hotspot to share internet from this device.

Conclusion

At Rs. 7,999, the Moto E3 Power is a complete phone in terms of design, power, performance and camera. It may fall short in terms of spec comparison with other competitors, but we all know Moto promises good quality. If you take an overall look at the phone, you will not find it overpriced as it gives you everything reasonable for the price.

So if you are looking for a budget phone that you can trust and depend on a longer run, then this is a good option. But if you want to make most out of your money and can compromise on after sales support, then you can consider other competitors as well.