The Moto E, the new device from the American technology company is intended to compete against feature phones by providing a durable, low-cost alternative for first-time smartphone owners and low budget-minded consumers.
In fact, its makers pride the Moto E as not only durable but a great competitor on price point that is “priced for all.”
Moto E, which was unveiled on May 13, this year and priced at just ₦20,500 sports a 4.3-inch display at qHD resolution and has 1 GB RAM, 4 GB of internal memory along with a microSD card slot that can extend storage to 32 GB.
Moto E also features a 5 MP camera at the back, but does not have a front-facing shooter. The 1,980 mAh battery is touted to last an entire day on a single charge.