Motorola has confirmed that its upcoming budget-friendly smartphone, the Moto E3, is all set for a public unveiling event in August. 

Previously, Motorola was expected to release the Moto E3 in September, around the same time Apple is launching and releasing its iPhone 7 smartphones. However, Motorola, which is owned by Chinese tech company Lenovo, decided to push the launching of the device to a month earlier, according to GSM Arena

The August release date could still cause a big problem for Motorola, since Samsung is releasing its Galaxy Note 7 during the same month and could easily overshadow the luanch of the Moto E3.

However, for consumers who want a wallet-friendly device with decent specs and  features, the Moto E3 is the perfect choice.

The handset is rumored to come with a 5-inch display that has 720p screen resolution. Also, since it is an entry-level device, the Moto E3 will be powered by a 1GHz quad-core MediaTek processor. 

In terms of camera technology, the smartphone will reportedly have a decent 8-megapixel back camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing snapper. 

The Moto E3 is also expected to arrive with just 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal memory. Since the latter is already small by today’s standard, Motorola has included a microSD card slot that can accommodate up to 32GB of additional memory, as noted by Slash Gear

Other specs and features expected to be part of the Moto E3 are front speakers, 2,800 mAh battery, LTE connectivity and the Android 6.0 Marshmallow version of the Android OS. 

The Moto E3 will first arrive in the U.K. in August for 99.95 GBP before it gets shipped to the U.S. and sold here for $132 USD, Phone Arena reported.  

Motorola announced the Moto E3 last week, but it failed to get a lot of attention simply because everyone is so hyped up about the Moto Z Droid and the Moto Z Force Droid.