Moto G and Moto X have already earned lots of good credits for its awesome built quality, design and being among the low cost Android flagship device. Moto X is little expensive than Moto G but it never disappoint user with its features. Going forward Motorola has decided to go ahead and release yet another low cost Moto device based on Android and named it as Moto E.
Moto E will have 4.3-inch display with video recording at 720px density, run on Android Kit Kat 4.4 OS out of the box and 1.2 GHz dual-core and 1 GB RAM will power the device. Moto E will offer 4 GB of internal memory expandable upto 32 GB with microSD.
Just like Moto G, Moto E will also be a dual-SIM (optional) device and will have 5 MP rear and VGA front camera. A powerful 1,900 mAh battery will make sure that the device will be up and running for a long duration.
Moto E will be available in three variants: XT1021 (Single SIM), XR1022 (Dual SIM) and XT1025 (Dual SIM with digital TV). There is also possibility of Moto E available with LTE support and Bike G compatibility but for now we have kept our finger crossed and waiting eagerly for Motorola to roll out to add few other features to Moto E.
Motorola along with Moto E manufacturing process is also working on rugged version of Moto G codenamed Moto G LTE and Moto G Ferrari, both will share same specification from its ancestor and rugged grip shell body support.
We expect the device to be priced below Moto G and will be available from May 2014 onward based on various geographical regions.