In fact you can pick up the second generation Moto E for just £99.99 (around $150, AU$190) SIM free, which means it finds itself up against the , and .
The design is pretty similar to what we saw on the original Moto E. It's still got a plastic body with a rounded back and all the buttons remain in the same easy to reach places, with the metal unlock and volume rocker on the right side of the phone.
Motorola's low-end phone lineup is getting crowded, especially since last-generation models are still available for purchase months after being replaced. There's the , the old Moto G with LTE, the , the , and now two different flavors of second-generation Moto E. Every single one of them is available for between $100 and $200.
No single low-end Motorola is definitively better than all the others, but the new $150 Moto E with LTE makes a strong case for itself. It's got more storage than the old one, surprisingly good specs, and a smallish 4.5-inch display that will appeal to people who think the 5-inch Moto G got too big.
|Cell Phone Service Provider:||Straight Talk|
|Cell Phone Type:||Prepaid Cell Phones|
|Model Name:||Moto E|
|Contained Battery Type:||Lithium Ion|
|Number of Megapixels:||5 Megapixel Megapixels|
|Screen Size:||4.3" Inches|
|Mobile Operating System:||Android|
|Size:||4.91"L x 2.55"W x 0.48"H|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||STMTXT830CPWP|
|Talk Time:||16 Hours Hours|
|Features:||Music Player , Bluetooth , Camera , Wi-fi Ready|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||4.91 x 2.55 x 0.48 Inches|