Motorola Moto E with 4G LTE up for sale via Flipkart now

Motorola is making a new proposition to those who’re interested in purchasing the second-gen Moto E in India. These buyers can consider coughing up Rs 1000 more than what they’ll be paying for the regular model of the smartphone, to get a variant which will support 4G LTE networks in the country.

Yes, the new variant is finally available for purchase via Flipkart at Rs 7999 after having been made available for pre-order on the e-commerce site earlier this month. Both the white and black models can be grabbed right now by interested parties. A few limited-time offers include 10 percent cashback for SBI card holders and free grip shells as well as full cashback for a few lucky winners.

Motorola Moto E

Apart from network connectivity, the major difference between the 3G and 4G models of this Motorola smartphone lies in the processor department. While the 3G variant goes for a 1.2GHz quad core Snapdragon 200 CPU, the 4G version opts for a 1.2GHz quad core Snapdragon 410 processor.

A neat look at the specs of the second-gen Motorola Moto E’s 4G LTE model:

– Display: 4.5-inch, 960 x 540 pixels
– OS: Android 5.0 Lollipop
– Processor: 1.2GHz quad core Snapdragon 410
– GPU: Adreno 306
– Memory: 1GB RAM, 8GB storage (expandable up to 32GB)
– Camera: 5MP AF rear, VGA FF front
– Battery: 2390mAh
– Weight: 145gms
– Size: 129.9mm x 66.8mm x 5.2mm to 12.3mm

The second-gen Moto E improves upon its predecessor by offering an autofocus rear camera instead of a fixed focus one. Additionally, it even grabs a front snapper, the absence of which had disappointed selfie enthusiasts when its precursor was outed. A bigger display is one more highlight of the new device.

Also Read: Motorola bumping 1st gen Moto E, Moto G 4G and Moto X straight to Android 5.1

Like we said, the Motorola Moto E with 4G LTE support can be grabbed through Flipkart right now at an affordable price of Rs 7999.

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