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Moto G Ferrari edition masters the oxymoron

Moto G Ferrari edition masters the oxymoron

Motorola has introduced the Moto G Ferrari Edition, completely turning the concept behind the Moto G on its head. When the Moto G was launched, it was meant to be a surprising show of force on the part of Motorola’s teams of innovators. It was meant to be a device that, regardless of its extra-low price off-contract, would be a high-performer all around the world.

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Moto E hands-on: Is Motorola the new mass-market king?

Moto E hands-on: Is Motorola the new mass-market king?

Motorola has big small hopes for the new Moto E. Most affordable smartphone in the company's line-up, the $129 Android handset aims to differentiate itself not with the fattest spec sheet, or the most distinctive design, but by actually listening to the target audience rather than telling them what they want. In the Android arms-race it's an unusual strategy, but Motorola has evidence it can work with the Moto G. Read on for our first impressions.

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Moto G with LTE bakes 4G into Motorola midrange

Moto G with LTE bakes 4G into Motorola midrange

Motorola's Moto G has already proved to be one of the more appealing devices in the company's Android range, by virtue of its solid construction, decent specs, and affordable price, and now it's getting a 4G update. The Moto G LTE takes the same core as before, with a 4.5-inch display, quadcore processor, and Android 4.4, but throws in LTE connectivity as well. However, that's not the only improvement.

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Moto E takes on entry-level smartphone space

Moto E takes on entry-level smartphone space

Motorola has officially launched the Moto E, a new first-time smartphone it hopes will expand the market for entry-level users, with a 4.3-inch display, all-day battery life, and Android 4.4.2 KitKat. The new handset will be priced at $129 unlocked and SIM-free, with no carrier commitment, and includes a 5-megapixel camera. However, there's no LTE support.

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Moto E detailed top to bottom

Moto E detailed top to bottom

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.

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Moto E detailed vs Moto G in leaked image

Moto E detailed vs Moto G in leaked image

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).

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