Motorola Moto E to be announced on May 13 which will be “Made to last. Priced for all”

Motorola has been doing pretty well since it got back in to the smartphone game. The Moto X has been chosen as the favourite Android smartphone by multiple experts while the Moto G have been pretty successful in India. We all know that Motorola is working on two more devices (Moto E and Moto X+1) with one being slotted below the Moto G and the other one being slotted above the Moto X as the next flagship.

Motorola Moto E Launch Event Invite

Motorola Moto E Launch Event Invite

Now Motorola is all set to launch one of those two smartphones and we believe it will be the Moto E, the one which will be aimed at entry level segment and emerging markets. It has just stated that the next smartphone in its lineup will be launched on May 13. According to Motorola’s invitation for the launch event, the device will be “Made to last. Priced for all.” This surely means that it will be the entry level Moto E.

Motorola Moto E Specifications (Expected)

  • 4.3 inch touch screen with a qHD resolution
  • 1.2 GHz dual core processor
  • 5MP rear/VGA front camera
  • 4GB internal storage, expandable using microSD card slot
  • Android 4.4 KitKat

Motorola might break new barriers with pricing and performance with Moto E and the device is expected to come to India for sure. If this device comes anywhere close to what Moto G offers for its price, it will be a huge hit in countries like India where a large part of consumers are price conscious and want better quality for the money. This might break havoc for brands like Micromax, Xolo and Karbonn as their devices aren’t known to be of great quality or to offer good usage experience and sell solely based on on-paper specifications. What do you think?

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May 1, 2014 8:14 pm 8:14 PM

Suppose I buy this Moto E and after two months some hardware related problem comes into play, where would I get it fixed since there are no Motorola service centers in all India? Probably at some local mobile repairing shop at my own expense or maybe have to ask Lenovo to fix it?
That was just an example. After sales and service matters

Ashish Narshana
May 2, 2014 10:44 am 10:44 AM

moto service centre r there in mumbai,call flipcart customer care for ur area.

Samuel Thomas
May 1, 2014 2:42 pm 2:42 PM

Will it be an upgrade to the Moto G?

May 1, 2014 12:28 pm 12:28 PM

E letter comes before G so i think Moto E will have very low specs than G.
Priced for all means it will be 8k to 10k.