Motorola has released Moto E20: a smartphone for 100 euros on Android Go

Motorola, owned by the Chinese tech giant Lenovo, has announced its new entry-level smartphone under the Moto brand in the European market. The novelty was named Motorola Moto E20.

The new Motorola smartphone, which debuted in Europe, costs only 100 euros there. For this amount, the buyer will have a device with a 6.5-inch LCD display with HD + resolution and a drop-shaped notch on top for a 5-megapixel front camera for selfies and video calling. On the back is a 13MP main camera paired with a 2MP secondary sensor that acts as a depth sensor for portraits and an LED flash. The smartphone is based on the Unisoc T606 chipset. It is paired with 2GB of RAM. For storing content, there is a built-in 32 GB drive that can be expanded using a microSD memory card.

The Moto E20 is powered by a 4000 mAh rechargeable battery. Since this is a budget smartphone, you should not rely on fast charging — the power of wired charging of the novelty is limited to 10 watts. The smartphone is powered by the mobile operating system Android 11 Go Edition. This is a special version of Android designed specifically for budget devices with low-power processors and little RAM.

The Moto E20 case is made of polycarbonate plastic with an unusual textured back cover. It is protected against splashing water according to IP52 standard. The smartphone is offered in two colors: blue and gray. The start of sales of new items in Europe is scheduled for October.