Believe it or not, the Moto G is the best-selling phone in the company’s history, and it only accomplished that in six months. Today, Motorola added 4G LTE data connectivity to that model, and revised its pricing: $219 (£149 in the UK) without contract for the LTE version, while the original will continue on at a modest $179 / £119. But the real announcement today is all about the Moto E seen above: the even lower-end handset, designed to be water-resistant and affordable: at $129 / £89.
The Moto E loads KitKat on board with Android 4.4.2, promise of an upgrade to the next version of Android, a 4.3″ qHD display, 1.2 GHz dual-core Snapdragon 200 processor, a 5PM camera, FM radio, microSD card slot, and finally, 24 hour battery life thanks to a 1980 mAh battery.
Ah, decisions. Via: Motorola