Moto E3 Power with 3,500mAh battery maybe coming to India soon

first_imgLenovo may launch the Moto E3 Power in India soon. The company’s India subsidiary took to Twitter recently to tease a big battery phone that could be the Moto E3 Power. The smartphone in question which boasts of a bigger battery in comparison to the original Moto E3 recently went live in Hong Kong. The same phone – XT1706 – was recently also spotted on Indian export/import website Zauba.#FearOfMissingOut on power to last the day? Soon you’ll #NeverMissOut on all day battery. #ComingSoonCredit: Prisma pic.twitter.com/e5GA5LoJqv Moto India (@Moto_IND) August 24, 2016The Moto E3 Power comes with a 5-inch HD IPS display with a 720p resolution, and is powered by a 1GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6735P processor coupled with 2GB RAM and 16GB of inbuilt memory which is further expandable by up to 128GB via microSD card.The dualSIM phone runs Android Marshmallow and supports 4G LTE connectivity.The Moto E3 Power sports an 8-megapixel camera on the rear with LED flash and a 5-megapixel camera on the front. The phone is backed by a 3,500mAh battery and supports fast charging.Lenovo announced the original Moto E3 in July and said that the phone will be available in stores starting from September. It is backed by a smaller 2,800mAh battery.The company recently launched the Moto G4 Plus and Moto G4 in India. It is yet to make the Moto Z official here. The Moto E3 is the company’s cheapest phone right now, however, at its price point (preferably under Rs 10,000) it doesn’t exactly excite, as opposed to earlier Moto Es. The Moto E3 Power with a 3,500mAh battery at least sounds like a better deal on paper, over the standard Moto E3. This could be one reason why the company is pushing it for the Indian market.advertisementAlso Read: Moto E3, Moto G4 Play: When too many Motos spoil the funlast_img read more

Go back to the enewsletter Air Tahiti Nui has prev

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterAir Tahiti Nui has previewed the first of its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft at the North Charleston, South Carolina, USA, paint workshop, registered with the letters MUA, meaning “moving forward” in Tahitian.With a design and colours inspired by the beauty and richness of the Polynesian islands, the livery features Air Tahiti Nui’s trademark tiare flower, a tattoo pattern representing a story of Tahiti and its people, and the blue hues that the islands are synonymous with.Australians and New Zealanders are set to be among the first to be carried to their dream destination on the wings of the Tahitian Dreamliner with the new aircraft commencing service on the Auckland to Papeete route on 8 November 2018.To coincide with Air Tahiti Nui’s 20th anniversary this year, the flag carrier for French Polynesia is phasing out its current Airbus A340-300 fleet and replacing it with four 787-9 Dreamliners including two purchased and two leased through the Air Lease Corporation.When the airline has received all four Dreamliners by September 2019, their registration codes will join together to say ‘the warrior (TOA) going forward (MUA) in the great (NUI) canoe (VAA)’.Images supplied by Boeing.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more