A handful of photos and a list of specs were quickly scrubbed from the site, though not before Android Police could snap a few screenshots. The device, which is listed as a Sprint Prepaid handset for $99.99, offers a 4.5-inch 540 x 960-pixel display, a Qualcomm processor (possibly the Snapdragon 200), 8GB of storage and 1GB of RAM. The new Moto E also appears to feature a front-facing camera this time around, along with the expected rear shooter.
It’s possible Best Buy got some of these specs wrong, though for the most part the Moto E (2015) seems like a solid follow-up to last year’s model. Android Police claims the device could also offer 4G LTE speeds, which would be a big improvement over the original.
We’re still not sure when Motorola plans to release the Moto E, though it probably won’t be much longer. We’ll let you know as soon as the low-cost phone hits the market, though for now we’d definitely hold off on any plans to buy the first-gen device.