Motorola Bands for Moto E (2nd Gen)

The New Moto G comes with a 5.5-inch display. That's a whole inch bigger than the 4.5-inch Moto E2.

Motorola Moto E Android Prepaid Phone with Triple Minutes (Tracfone)

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  • TAG : Both versions of the new Moto E are on sale from Motorola’s .
  • 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
    Operating System: Android
    Model: M830C
    Number of Megapixels: 5 Megapixel Megapixels
    Screen Size: 4.3" Inches
    Mobile Operating System: Android
    Brand: Motorola
    Condition: New
    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

  • Moto E Moto G Moto X HTC One mini
    Quadrant 2.0 5,264 8,723 8,958 5,200
    Vellamo 2.0 1,173 1,962 2,427 2,118
    AnTuTu 4.0 12,510 17,364 20,292 10,048
    SunSpider 1.2 (ms) 1,626.2 1,377 1,023 1,442
    GFXBench 2.7 Offscreen (fps) 4.4 16 15 15
    CF-Bench 6,483 15,030 14,092 6,542
    SunSpider: lower scores are better

    On top of all those features, the new Moto E packs in the other things that reviewers and users tend to praise about the Moto phones: a relatively clean load of a modern version of Android, a basic but attractive design, and better build quality than you'd expect. Like other Motos before it, it strives to offer the basics without frills or unnecessary embellishment. While our review of the original Moto E was lukewarm, we like this new one quite a bit better.

Bands and Grip Shells for Moto E

Así, con el Moto E, Motorola, busca dar un tremendo golpe en el mercado de teléfonos de gama baja, una zona que cada vez está más dominada por los smartphones chinos y que verán en este terminal un gran competidos.