Motorola feature phones LEAKED: Moto A10, Moto A50 and Moto A70 coming
Motorola features phones? Yes, after venturing into IoT products in partnership with Flipkart, Motorola is now bringing back feature phones to India. A recent leak reveals three new models in the pipeline, complete with their renders and features. The Moto A10, Moto A50 and Moto A70 will be 2G feature phones and vary with slightly different specs. Motorola is yet to announce this officially.
The Moto A10 is said to be the most affordable model with an expected price of INR 1500. The other two models are expected to carry prices of less than INR 2000. Motorola seems to go after HMD Global's Nokia feature phones in the affordable feature phone space.
Motorola features phones LEAKED!
The leak comes via a report from YTECHB.com but Motorola is yet to announce anything officially on this front. Nonetheless, the leaked marketing materials reveal the phone designs as well as the features. The Moto A10 is the most affordable model of the lot, featuring a 1750mAh battery, dual SIM support.
The Moto A10 relies on a Mediatek MT6261D chipset, a 1.8-inch colour display, 32GB micro SD card slot, 3.5mm audio jack, and a torch button. You do not get any camera in this model. The Moto A50 is 90 percent similar to the Moto A10, save for a VGA camera on the back.
The Moto A70 is the more feature-packed model. This one offers a 2.4-inch colour display and retains the rear camera, an LED torch, wireless FM radio, call recording and alarms function. The A70 will use a Unisoc chipset that could offer better performance.
Motorola is also seen promoting its scheme of two years of replacement on these models. However, in this price range, the JioPhone has been sitting as a feature phone that is very close to a smartphone in terms of functionality. It supports 4G LTE, has two cameras for video calls, supports third-party social media apps, and even the ability to connect to Wi-Fi.
It seems that Motorola is likely to target the rural areas with these feature phones, similar to how Nokia does with its 2G feature phones.