Motorola takes shot at Apple iPhone 6 Plus in detailing how the second-generation Moto E came to be
Meanwhile, we can tell you that Motorola went back to the consumer to design the second-generation Moto E. "We really listened to what they liked about the phone and how we could make this affordable device even more useful to them and more powerful," said Kristin Arnold, one of the company's consumer researchers. Like the second-gen Motorola Moto X, the company stuffed two accelerometers inside the Moto E which allows the phone to offer some of the premium features available with the Moto X.
The second-generation Moto E has been given a front-facing camera to make the phone attractive to the "selfie" generation. Six different colored Motorola Bands can be swapped out in order to customize the device. And the handset has been designed to feel great in the hand. It also feels great in the wallet. The phone comes in both LTE and non-LTE flavors priced at $149.99 and $111.99 respectively.
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