Turns out that there could be some changes there. Recently photos of the Lenovo Vibe C2 have leaked online and according to the rumors, it has been suggested that the Vibe C2 will actually be replacing the Moto E lineup as Motorola’s most affordable handset range. Given that Lenovo owns Motorola, we guess this doesn’t really come as a surprise.
According to the rumors, the Vibe C2 will feature a 5-inch 720p HD display and under the hood, a MediaTek MT6734P chipset can be found. There will be 1GB of RAM accompanying the phone along with 16GB of storage, a 8/5MP camera combo, a 2,750mAh battery, and the usual assortment of connectivity options.
Based on these specs, it certainly doesn’t look like the Vibe C2 will be positioned to compete against the likes of the new Moto G and Moto Z handsets, but could it be replacing the Moto E? Take it with a grain of salt, but how many of you guys would actually miss the Moto E if the rumors are true?