The second generation Moto E was recently leaked out courtesy of Best Buy. The smartphone has leaked out yet again, but this time carrying Verizon branding, hinting that the device will make its way to the carrier sometime soon.
There’s still no word on when the handset will be launched as we only have a press rendering of the device at the moment, but we’re guessing the announcement will be made over the coming weeks.
Best Buy was quick to remove the listing that it put up earlier this month, but its arrival was never a secret. This new press image doesn’t reveal a whole lot about the device apart from the fact that it has the usual Verizon branding and lacks an LED flash on the back. Although the ring surrounding the camera sensor does look similar to the ring LED flash from the Moto X and the Nexus 6, we can’t see any markings for LEDs there.
The device is expected to be packing a 4.5 inch display, a front facing camera which was not present on the predecessor and possibly a Snapdragon 410 SoC.
Via: Android Police