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Motorola Debuts The New Moto E Smartphone With LTE Network!

Posted by: on Feb 26, 2015 | 2 Comments

Today Motorola finally unveiled the brand new Moto E smartphone in style. We did a blog post yesterday on what we all could expect from the Motorola announcement. From some of the reports I seen online the media units came in a special display box with a miniature cardboard cutout of Rick Osterloh, Motorola President. I must admit, I’m a complete sucker for this type of marketing presentation. New technology should be about fun and excitement, so I’m definitely giving Motorola a high mark for this showmanship. This will be a short overview based on the information Motorola shared with us today, however, once we get our geeky fingers on a new media Moto E device the TechGeniux community can  expect a more detail overview of the Moto E.

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Specifications: The new Moto E is packed with a quad-core processor with a starting price at $149! The Moto E will bridge the gap between sub-level smart devices and still give buyers a solid product. The new Moto E is somewhat bigger from last year Moto phone. Display size increases from 4.3 inches to 4.5 inches, though it retains the same 960×540 resolution. The Moto E put the removable cases to the side in favor of removable boarders.

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Motorola info on Moto E:
That’s why last year we launched Moto E, a new class of smartphone tailored for those looking for a great mobile experience at a price that wouldn’t break the bank. Now, we’re taking Moto E a step further. We’re introducing the next generation, packed with more features and functionality to give people around the world even greater access to life’s possibilities – without a hefty price tag. Because we believe access to the mobile internet should be a choice, not a privilege.

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Closing Thoughts: The new Moto E will ship with Android 5.0 Lollipop, 1 GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. The device has similar specifications for the Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) and Bluetooth technology 4.0 LE. Plus, you can never go wrong with water resistant coating for those accidentally drops. Motorola specs even state 24 hour battery life based on how much you use the phone. So with more CPU  speed, bigger display and the Verizon LTE network the Moto E could be a homerun for Motorola in the sub-$150 mobile phone market for people on a budget.  From all the information I seen online it seem the new Moto E is a great phone for the price, software and hardware.

    2 Comments

    1. avatar
      turkwork31
      February 26, 2015

      This is really cool ,think I will try this out

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