There’s little we don’t know on relatively good authority at this point about the Moto E. This device is meant to take the rather-successful low-end smartphone Moto G to a new level. This means keeping the experience very, very similar to the Moto G while cutting down specifications to the bare minimum, cutting down cost in the process.
A shot of a handset said to be the Moto E appeared earlier today in a photograph next to the Moto X's smaller sibling, the Moto G. Following this, Twitter user Hudson Martins has tweeted a press shot of what is said to be the Moto E. Update: It has appeared on a retailer's website, as well.
There’s little different between the concept of the Motorola Moto G and the rumored Moto E - but looks can be deceiving. What we’re having a peek at this week is a testing device much like we saw before the release of the Moto X. Sporting the new-age Motorola logo up front and to the left, and a testing symbol to the right, this Moto E is ready for low-end battle (with Godzilla as a wallpaper, no less).
It’s nearly time for Motorola to reveal their next "flagship" device in what’s tipped to be the Moto E at an event this May 13th. This device will build on the success of the Moto G, bringing an even greater cost-value structure to the market with a tinier display, slightly lower processing power, and a smaller camera. This Moto E camera - while tiny in megapixels - should continue to provide surprisingly high-quality results.
Motorola will unveil its next smartphone on May 13th, the company has confirmed, promising a new handset that's "priced for all". The phone will be unveiled at an event in London, with Motorola Mobility's invitation teasing what sounds like another low-cost device in the manner of the Moto G, and likely to be the Moto E that has been rumored of late.
One of Motorola’s most radical releases of 2013 in the Moto G may soon be replaced by this year’s entry: Moto E. This device has been tipped to be rolling out with a 4.3-inch display, dual-sim abilities, and 4GB of internal storage space. It’s also suggested that with lower-end specs, this device will also cost less than the Moto G.
In what appears to be an effort to snag every single wireless provider in the universe, the Motorola Moto G has - again - appeared with a new brand this week: Republic Wireless. This device and this brand seem custom-fit for one another as the device was made for off-contract sales with low-cost and decent (though not hero-phone) specifications while the carrier sells only off-contract devices. Here the Moto G will be sold in two iterations, both its 8GB and 16GB internal storage self.
Following its plan adjustments earlier this month, Aio Wireless has announced the expansion of its product offerings with three additional smartphones: the Moto G, Nokia Lumia 520, and the ZTE Sonata 4G. The ZTE is available now, but the other two aren't set to arrive until February 14.
It would seem that US Cellular has joined the Moto G train, offering up this no-contract device amongst their own ranks with their own pricing plan involved. You'll find our Moto G review to be rather informative on this matter, speaking up about he off-contract iteration Motorola sells from their own website for $179 USD. So what makes this US Cellular version so unique?