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2ND Generation Moto E Smartphone Launched in 2015

The Motorola Smartphone makers certainly come up in the market with various devices at their best indeed. Most of their Smartphones given them a rocking performance in the market without fail. Now there is spotted news in the internet is that, Motorola is debuting their second generation Moto E Smartphone in early 2015. Courtesy to the US online retail, due to which we are getting the live and unplugged news about the Moto E 2nd Generation Mobile categorically. One of the most interested features built with the 2nd Gen Moto E is that, it supports the advanced 4G mobile communication services. Let us check the complete features it is possessed with in detail.
2ND Generation Moto E Smartphone Launched in 2015

Key Specs of 2nd Generation Moto E Smartphone 2015:
  • Supports 4G Network
  • 4.5 inches IPS Display
  • 1.2GHz Quad core processor
  • 5MP Rear and VGA at Front
  • 8GB Internal and 1GB RAM
  • Runs on Android L OS

Operating System:
Right from the first feature of the Smartphone, you can really spot a lot of improvement from its ancestors. Yes, the Moto E runs with Android Kitkat whereas the 2ndgeneration Moto E was running with the latest version of the Android operating system. Yes, the Android Lollipop 5.0 is built with the Smartphone out of the box. First Smartphone to run with the latest OS from Motorola.

Display Features:
The display of the 2nd generation Moto E is slightly increased from the first generation stuff. Yes, the screen size from 4.3 inches is improvised to the 4.5 inches. The IPS display remains the same and you can avail the screen resolution of about 540*960 which is a qHD resolution for the attractive display features.

Processor Techie:
The interesting upgrade made here with the 2nd generation Moto E is that its mobile network. The Smartphone supports the 4G Mobile network. While coming to the processor aspects, it is built with the 1.2GHz operated quad core technology. Absolutely the processor made by Qualcomm Snapdragon family indeed. You will really get an awesome android Smartphone experience with it.

Camera Aspects:
You probably knew well that, the only annoying factor associated with the first generation Moto E is it’s a lack in the front faced snapper. Just to rectify the same, the VGA Camera has been enabled at the front side of the Smartphone. The features of the rear camera 5MP and its LED flash remain the same.

RAM and Storage:
Right through the series, Moto is implementing its Smartphones with the 1GB RAM and the same continues to function here as well. The internal storage is a bit raised in a meaningful format. The 8G is included with the internal and interestingly you can also expand the same through the external SD slot.


The 2ndgeneration Moto E rates up to $99 and this is certainly going to the rocking device in the market once launched officially. Stay tuned for live updates.

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