Motorola has already struck the market  with its second generation Moto G and now it is quite obvious that fans might also be expecting the successor to the low-range handset Moto E. Well, according to reports coming from Greece, the second generation Moto E is likely to go official anytime soon and would have much hardware improvements in comparison to the existing version.

The second generation Moto E would have a 4.5 inch display with 960×540 pixel resolution. The primary camera is supposed to be a 5MP snapper and its still doubtful regarding the inclusion of LED flash. The handset would support LTE connectivity and we could see a Snapdragon 410 SoC with quad-core CPU clocked at 1.2GHz supported with one gig of RAM. Without much doubt, the handset would even be running the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop and price wise, it is expected to be a very affordable smartphone in making.

However, for the moment there is no glimpse of the device till date, but we expect the design to be pretty much similar to the existing version of Moto G. We will get you with more updates further as they come our way.