Interestingly, there are some differences between the regular E5 Play and the Android Go version. The regular Moto E5 Play sports a 5.2-inch HD display, while the Android Go edition comes with a slightly larger 5.3-inch display. It is the only smartphone in the newly launched Moto E5 series to come with 16:9 display. As the device comes under the Android Go program, you get access to all the native Go Edition Google apps. Except for the third phone, the Moto E5 Play, the rest two phones in the E series were launched in India. Apart from the modern 18:9 display, there are no other upgrades, but we can find quite a few downgrades to make it cost a bit cheaper. While Motorola didn't release all the specifications for the handset in its press release, what is known is that the e5 play will have a 5.3-inch Max Vision display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. Besides this, the phone is going to come with Snapdragon 425/427 SoC.
Android Go, also known as Android Oreo (Go edition), is a stripped-down version of Android created to run on entry-level smartphones.
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RAM amount should also differ across E5 Play versions. Android Go edition devices aim to offer fast performance along with more storage space - thanks to reduced app sizes.
There is 16GB of internal storage that can be further expandable up to 128GB using a MicroSD card slot.
Everything else, including the design, seemingly remains the same. Motorola says that the device will hit the Latin American market too by the end of this month. That means an 8MP rear camera, a 5MP front camera, and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor hidden in the Motorola logo.