Motorola showed off a brand new Moto E second generation which looks similar to the last year’s Moto E in design. But with a bigger display and addition of LTE with a lot of new things make it looks interesting. It’s the most affordable entry level smartphone in the market (LTE for $149.99 and 3G for $119).
Motorola has also added its Quick Capture feature, which lets you launch the camera with just a twist of your wrist and the Active Display feature that wakes the screen up with notifications or when you pull it out of your pocket. Addition of a 0.3 MP front camera is a plus point as the previous Moto E was lacking that.
Under the hood, the processor is upgraded to faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 with 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU, Adreno 306 with 400 MHz GPU (4G LTE) and Snapdragon 200 processor with 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU, Adreno 302 with 400 MHz GPU (3G). The battery in the 2nd Gen. Moto E is also bigger with 2390 mAh and motorola is claiming that it can last upto a full day.
The screen is also bigger this time with 4.5 inch compared to 4.3 inch of previous model. You will get Android lollipop installed on the new 2nd gen Moto E.