Display, Processor and OS
The Moto E3 Power arrives with a 5-inch display with a resolution of 720 x 1,080 pixels, commonly known as HD, translating to a pixel density of merely 294 ppi. This resolution makes the display quite disappointing in comparison to others in the same range.
At the heart of the smartphone there is a 1GHz MediaTek MT6735P processor consisting of four cores. It has been teamed up with 2GB of RAM so that you do no?t face much of lagging or interruptions while running multiple apps simultaneously or playing high end games. It runs on the recently launched Android v6.0 (Marshmallow)
Camera and Storage
The Moto E3 Power is laden with an 8MP autofocus camera and an LED flash at the rear end so that you can capture quality images and videos. On the front, there is a nice 5MP camera which apart from supporting video calls reproduces brilliant self portraits.
In addition to the 16GB onboard storage capacity of the device, the phone houses a microSD slot that can support upto 32GB of external memory.
Battery and Connectivity
The Moto E3 Power keeps the show running with a Li-ion battery of 3,500mAh. It also has a quick charging feature that helps you recharge your phone super fast. The connectivity and networking features spotted in the smartphone come in the form of 4G, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.0, GPS and microUSB port.
The Moto E3 Power seems to be a decent enough device for people who like to opt for higher brands in a budget. The phone comes with a good pair of cameras and a large battery backup. It also has Android Marshmallow as its operating system. The clock speed of the four-cored processor is not upto the mark though.