Motorola Moto E to be priced at Rs 8,999 exclusively on Flipkart

By May 6th, 2014 AT 12:25 PM

Motorola will launch a new device on May 13 and the device will go sale immediately after the launch. Flipkart will be the official partner for the launch and the device will be none other than the previously leaked Moto E. It will be priced at Rs 8,999 and will come only in White colour. The information has been leaked by the twitter handle @LeaksterInc which recently leaked information about Micromax’s upcoming 4G LTE smartphone. Let us take a look at the rumoured specifications of the Moto E:

Moto E launch invite
  • 4.3 inch qHD display
  • 5MP rear camera, VGA front camera
  • 4GB of internal storage which will probably be expandable by a microSD card
  • Will be a Dual SIM device
  • 1GB RAM
  • 1 GHz dual core processor

That is all what is known about it for the time being but May 13 isn’t far either and the device will be launched in India on May 13 alongside the global launch.

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Prateek Bansal

I have bought Motorola Moto E and in such a Price no other company can offer so many exciting features. I am going to gift this phone to my dad….

sandeep Kharbanda

Motorola was good because it was backed by Google but now the owners are Levano friends think before you buy

(you all may be using Levano laptop which was with good features but with low cost chips and so much problems and you may be thinking after buying hope i have purchased dell)

I am sure that they are making so much ads / invitation because they will give 4G LTE in this phone and price range they are offering.

Ashish Narshana

still the deal is not done,authority approval is pending,i mean still google is owner of motorola.


*The chances of Motorola providing a LTE handset at this price point are next to nil. *Apart from that Motorola is not serious about LTE in the budget range infact hardly is any manufacturer serious about LTE when it comes to India. *LTE is not a deal breaker yet.The moto g launched without LTE support in a well established LTE market like Europe but still it sold well in Europe infact so well that it ended up with Motorola constituting as much as 6% of the European smartphone market.Don’t believe me then have a look at the stats *Now… Read more »


Lenovo is better than Crap Dell. Dont even compare Dell with it.

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