Meet the Moto E
+Motorola Mobility has been killing it lately with their Moto devices. The Moto E plans to deliver the best bang for your buck when you buck is less than $150.
There isn't much bad you can say about Motorola's Moto line of phones You have the Moto X which is their flagship device which is a beast. The Moto G which is their next in line (2nd tier) which is the best bang for you buck under $200. Now you get the Moto E which it only cost $129 without a contract.
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Moto E looks sleek.
Built to lastMoto E has a high-resolution 4.3” display with 256ppi, the sharpest in its class. Everything from photos to videos to web pages comes to life in brilliant detail. Plus, Corning® Gorilla® Glass and a water-resistant splash guard help protect it for lasting durability.
Power to lastWith a long-lasting 1980 mAh battery you can go all day without plugging in.1 So you can think about everything you want to do, not how much time you have to do it.
Software to lastMoto E runs Android™ 4.4.2, KitKat®, the latest version of the world’s most popular mobile platform. And with a guaranteed upgrade,2 you’ll know you’re always up to date with the best Android experience.
Style to lastMoto E features colorful interchangeable backs -- called Motorola Shells -- providing more than 20 color and design combinations to let you personalize the look of your phone.3
- Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 200 processor with up to 1.4GHz dual-core CPUs for high performance power, superior mobile graphics and exceptional battery life.
- 5MP rear-facing camera with Motorola’s streamlined camera interface; touch anywhere on the screen to take a shot, capture panoramic pictures or record video.
- microSD slot for up to 32GB of expandable memory to save photos, videos, music, movies and apps.
- Built-in FM radio -- just tune in to listen to your favorite stations or pick up a new signal.
And the best part -- it’s priced starting at just $129 on Motorola.com with no contract.
Moto E will be available in more than 40 countries through more than 80 carrier partners around the world over the next few weeks. "- Via Motorola
|The Moto E will have a number of shells available to trick out your device|
I hope this trend of affordable devices are here to stay. This day and age nobody should be spending close to $1K on a device to receive emails and play Candy Crush on. I can't wait to get my hand on one to play with to see how it compares to its competitors...
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