The Motorola Moto E Spotted Heading to Mexico
Motorola’s Moto E is the next best thing in affordable smart phones? Motorola has recently been through some changes. The mobility giant who practically invented the cell phone was recently bought out by Google and then more recently sold to computer giant Lonovo. During this time however Motorola produced what is arguably the companies’ best series of Android handset, the Moto X and Moto G. While the Moto X is the top tier device amongst the two, the Moto G fills in the mid range and now it looks as if the Moto E is poised to be slightly under spec when compared to the G, but surely a bargain nonetheless.
The Moto G was announced and released shortly there after in November of last year. The device was to take the idea of Moto series handsets and make it just a bit more affordable! The Moto G did just that, but it seems as if Motorola is taking another stab at a mid range device with the Moto E. The Moto E is apparently making its way to Mexico where it has surfaced into the tech headlines. According to Xataka Mexico the Moto E should see a launch in Mexico and other Latin American regions in the next few weeks. The Moto E should run you about 2999 pesos which will convert into about $230 bucks. This price is right around the same as you’d find from a Moto G and surprisingly it’s not much different otherwise. According to this new leak the Moto E will come with a 4.3 icnh 720p touch screen display that will be built over a highly capable 1.2 GHz dual core processor that is equipped with 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of internal storage with the high probability it comes with expandable micro SD memory options. Around back of the Moto E is said to be a 5 mega pixel camera. Internally the Moto E is expected to use a 1900 mAh battery and run with the likes of Android version 4.4. Lastly, the Moto E packs all of its excellence into a super slim housing that measures in at a mere 6mm.
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