CHICAGO, USA – Motorola has announced its new Moto E smartphone with entry-levels features at an affordable rate, and also opened the covers for the LTE version of Moto G.
The newly launched Moto E consists of a 4.3” screen with 256ppi density and Corning Gorilla Glass, along with a water-resistant splash guard. The device comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.4GHz dual-core processor with superior mobile graphics support. In addition it hosts 1GB RAM and 4GB of internal storage along with a 32GB expansion provision through microSD card.
As its back lies a 5MP camera with panoramic picture and video recording support. The device runs with the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat on-board with a guaranteed upgrade ahead.
The Moto E can be designed and customized according to one’s choice with 20 colorful interchangeable backs, called Moto Shells. The smartphone is available for just $129 on the official website, without contract, and will be sold in 40 countries with 80 different carriers.
The Moto G is also now available with 4G LTE and will be available for a higher price of $219, against the internationally sold $179 Moto G version.