When Motorola made a spectacular comeback in the Indian market in 2014, the affordable handset Moto E played a very important role. There was tremendous excitement about the Moto E handset. Guess the demand for this handset in such a way that Flipkart’s servers crashed and it was out of stock in a few seconds. Motorola followed this strategy with the second generation Moto E (Review) as well, although this time it did not achieve the same success.

Third-generation Moto E handset now owned by Lenovo launched Is. However, this time a change has been made. The model that has been launched in India has got the name Moto E3 Power. This is a special variant of the Moto E3 for India. On paper, the Moto E3 Power looks better due to the bigger battery, memory and inbuilt storage. Will these features enable the Moto E3 Power to compete with other popular handsets in the budget segment? It will be revealed in the coming time. We spent some time with the Moto E3 Power at the launch event in New Delhi. Let us tell you how we liked this phone in the first glimpse.

moto e3 power Its most important feature is its big battery of 3500 mAh. The company is also trying hard to capitalize on this feature. For a bigger battery, Lenovo has provided a 10-watt rapid charger with the Moto E3 Power. The phone supports rapid charging. This means that after just 15 minutes of charging, your phone will get up to 5 hours of battery life. The company has made this claim.

The back cover of the Moto E3 Power can be removed. On removing it, you will be able to see two SIM slots and a microSD slot. The company has given removable battery in Moto E3 Power. This is a pleasant change.


The new Moto E3 Power looks very similar to the first generation Moto E. The speaker grilles are present at the top and bottom of the display. The 5-inch screen makes it taller than the earlier Moto E which was equipped with a 4.3-inch display. The front panel of the phone is absolutely clean, there is no branding on it. At the same time, the familiar Moto logo will be seen in the rear part. We liked the texture of the rear panel. The same can be said about the metal frame. Both give strong grip to the Moto E3 Power.

The volume and power buttons are on the right, while the left is completely blank. The 3.5mm audio jack is on the top and the Micro-USB charging port is present at the bottom. This 154 grams phone gives a feeling of being a bit heavy for its size.


Talking about the display, Lenovo had claimed during the launch that the Moto E3 Power will have the biggest and brightest display of the Moto E-series. The E3 Power sports a 5-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) IPS display which is better than the previous generation’s QHD (540×960 pixels) resolution. It does not use reinforced glass, which has been a part of previous generation devices. In the limited time we spent with the Moto E3 Power, we found the Moto E3 Power to have a crisp display and perform well most of the time. We also liked the viewing angles. However, the brightness of the display disappointed a bit. It is possible that in direct sunlight, there is a problem in reading anything on the screen of the handset.

This time Lenovo has used the onscreen button instead of the capacitive button. The response to pressing the physical volume and power buttons on the right side was good. Like the old Moto handset, the Moto E3 Power comes with a nano-coating that will protect it from splashes.


The Moto E3 Power runs almost stock Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The company has made radical changes in the OS. The Google Now Launcher was present by default on the unit we used. Not many third-party apps were present on the phone. This means that the user will get more share in 16 GB storage. It is possible to use microSD card up to 32 GB in the phone. Apart from this, Lenovo is offering free photo storage on Google Photos app for two years.


The new phone is powered by a 64-bit 1GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6735P processor with 2GB of RAM. Let us know that till now the company has been using Qualcomm Snapdragon processor in the old smartphone of Moto E series. During the time we spent with the Moto E3 Power, we found that the response to touch input was good. It was working fine in multitasking too. Apps started up fast. Well, we suggest you wait for the detailed review of Gadgets 360.

The biggest improvement in the Moto E3 Power has been made in the camera department. The phone has an 8-megapixel rear camera and is also present with an LED flash. This camera is equipped with 720 pixels HD video capture and burst mode. It has a 5 megapixel front camera which is equipped with beautification mode.


The Moto E3 Power launched quickly after tapping the camera icon. In the limited time we spent with the smartphone, we found that pictures taken in suitable lighting were crisp. And the details in these were also fine. However, we found pixelation at the edges when zooming in. The front camera also took decent pictures. However, we would like to give a decision only after reviewing the camera in detail.

In terms of connectivity, the Moto E3 Power features Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, A-GPS, Bluetooth v4.0, 3G, GPRS/ EDGE and 4G LTE (Cat. 4). It also supports VoLTE, that is, you will be able to take advantage of Reliance Jio’s network as well.

last thoughts
Lenovo’s Moto E3 Power at Rs 7,999 looks like a decent package. This handset is available exclusively on Flipkart. On the first day, it is available with many launch offers.


Amit Boney, General Manager, Motorola Mobility, revealed during the launch that there are over 3 million Moto E users in India which is a testament to the popularity of the last two models. However, the Moto E3 Power will compete at this price point. xiaomi redmi 3s Like popular phones. This smartphone of Rs 6,999 comes with a full-metal body and 4100 mAh battery.

New Moto E3 Power clash with Lenovo’s own vibe k5 plus And vibe k5 Smartphones that are available for Rs 8,499 and Rs 6,999 respectively.

Moto E3 Power has been launched with many upgrades and better features. Is it worth buying? Especially considering the fierce competition in this segment. We suggest that you wait for the detailed review of the Moto E3 Power.

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