Motorola releases budget smartphone

16th May 2014
Motorola releases budget smartphone

Motorola has unveiled a new smartphone that is aimed at the lower-end of the price market.

The Moto E is valued at £89 and touts an all-day battery life, 4.3-inch display and a five megapixel camera.

It is believed this device, which will run Android KitKat 4.4, is aimed at those who are looking to buy their first ever smartphone. 

This handset also boasts 1 GB of RAM, 4 GB of built-in storage and a microSD card slot, which will enable users to enjoy 32 GB extra capacity. 

Senior vice-president of products at Motorola Charlie Tritschler told the Guardian the company was determined to bring about an end to the feature phone.

"We believe at this point there is enough capability in what we can create in terms of smartphone level that it’s time to say goodbye to feature phones."

If your current smartphone doesn't quite boast an all-day battery life like the Moto E, consider getting one of our rechargeable chargers to ensure you're never out of juice. 


Sandra Talcott: This looks great! I always love a bargain.

Paul Walton: An all-day battery life? I didn't think that was possible! My smartphone lasts half a day if I'm lucky.

James Rodger: Too many smartphones on the market now. Don't need anymore. 

Posted by The EnerGenie

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