Motorola has announced the successor to its entry-level Moto E smartphone, which comes with quite a lot of handy features compared to the first-gen handset. Most notably, the new Moto E includes 4G LTE connectivity – a major improvement over the previous model.
Motorola Moto E second-generation sports a 4.5-inch Quad-HD display alongside a 5MP rear camera. In addition, the phone boasts a front shooter (VGA) for whatever you click. Packed by Quad-Core 1.2GHz chipset inside (Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 for the LTE model and Snapdragon 200 for the non-LTE model), the Android Lollipop-based budget phone lasts a full day on its 2,390mAh battery unit.
Linear to extended features, Motorola lets you to customize the new Moto E with Motorola Bands and Grip Shells, while the handset itself comes in black or white base.
The company is shipping the new Moto E in Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America starting today for $149 price point. The subsidiary 3G variant will cost you $119.
SOURCE / Motorola Blog