Motorola's midrange and budget warriors, the Moto E5 and G6, and their Plus and Play versions are just around the corner... if you live in Mexico, that is, as they just got released in Brazil, and will be available in Mexico next week. As for the rest of the world, well, Motorola is only saying that the phones will "roll out over the coming months in various countries in Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America."
Bummer, but at least one of the devices, the most affordable Motorola Moto E5 Play, will be exclusive for North America, and we are hearing a May release here. The E5 Play has already popped up here and there in some stores, and the price seems to be pegged at $119, or as much as its predecessor, the E4, commanded at launch.
That's a lot of phone for little money, as the E5 Play is compatible with all major US carriers, including Verizon and Sprint out of the box. Which one would you pick?