Motorola has announced the Moto E20 with Android 11 Go edition, which will be available for € 99

Motorola has announced the Moto E20 with Android 11 Go edition, which will be available for € 99

In terms of hardware, the Moto E20 packs a large 6.5” Max Vision HD+ display that promises ‘more vivid details’. The Moto E20 features a 20:9 aspect ratio which should mean you don’t have to scroll as much to see the content you’re looking at – it should also make it easier to use the phone one-handed.

Motorola has unveiled the latest arrival in the Moto E family; the Moto E20. The product is set to arrive in select countries in Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East for €99 and is aimed at people on a budget or who might be new to smartphones. Anyone that’s looking for a new low-cost device should be aware that the Moto E20 comes with the stripped-down Android 11 Go edition operating system but this should ensure the device runs faster.

Highlights

  • The firm’s official announcement neglected to mention the amount of RAM and storage on the Moto E20 but luckily GSM Arena has some more details. As with all low-end devices, it looks like the Moto E20 will be restrictive in terms of memory and storage. Two variants will be available; one with 32 GB storage / 2 GB RAM and another with 64 GB / 4 GB. Android 11 Go edition should help the lower-end option perform better if you can’t get your hands on the higher-spec edition.

  • The device also includes an octa-core processor, an AI dual-camera system, and a long-lasting 4000 mAh battery to give you 40 hours of battery life. It also features a fast-focusing 13 MP camera and a 2 MP depth camera to help you take better portrait shots. The front camera is 5 MP so it’s nothing groundbreaking but should do the job.

Once available, you’ll be able to pick up the Moto E20 directly from Motorola’s website. It’s also common to see these low-cost devices in phone shops and supermarkets so keep your eyes peeled if you’d rather buy the phone offline.