This year, we’ve already seen Motorola disappoint us by not bringing back the RAZR and release the Moto Z instead. Now, the phone company acquired by Lenovo two years ago is back with an update to its Moto E family. The new device is aptly named the Moto E3, and sports a 5-inch HD display. This is half an inch larger than its predecessor, and is supported by a quad-core processor and a 2,800 mAh battery which can last all day. The phone’s rear-facing camera also got an improvement with an upgraded eight megapixels, complemented with a five megapixel front-facing camera. Lastly the phone will be outfitted with a microSD card slot for you to upgrade your storage necessities. The phone will become available in the UK this September, with a worldwide release to follow.