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On Wednesday last. Motorola rolled out their brand new entry-level smartphone in the upgrades Moto E which is has an impressive quad-core processor and 4G connectivity. With it’s 4.5″qHD screen and 5MP rear-facing camera, the Moto E won’t be blowing any socks off in terms of certain specs but with Android Lollipop under the hood, this device should be nice and easy to use and come in at a pocket friendly price also.

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You can find the full press release below:

Meet the new Moto E. The new Moto E helps you connect to the world like never before. Now available with 4G LTE speed1, a 4.5-inch qHD display, front-facing camera, the latest Android™ software (Lollipop) and even more customisation options. And, for the first time, we’re bringing personalised software experiences that we introduced with Moto X to our most affordable device. The new Moto E packs a bigger smartphone punch for a fraction of the average smartphone cost.

We’re big on firsts at Motorola. There are millions of people that haven’t yet joined the smartphone revolution because they either haven’t found the right product or they don’t want to spend hundreds of hard earned pounds to start the journey.

That’s why last year we launched Moto E, a new class of smartphone tailored for those looking for a great mobile experience at a price that wouldn’t break the bank. Now, we’re taking Moto E a step further. We’re introducing the next generation, packed with more features and functionality to give people around the world even greater access to life’s possibilities – without a hefty price tag. Because we believe access to the mobile internet should be a choice, not a privilege.

Start connecting at 4G LTE / 4G speed

We took an already great smartphone and paired it with the best 4G network in the world. Start browsing the web, streaming music, playing games and watching videos all at 4G LTE speeds. The new Moto E will also be available in a 3G version.

Do more, faster, with a quad-core processor

The new Moto E features a powerful Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor with a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU and advanced graphics. Start switching back and forth between your favourite apps without slowing down. Or listen to music and surf the web at the same time – without missing a beat.

Keep going with an all-day battery

With a 2390 mAh battery, the new Moto E is designed to last a full day. Dash to school or work in the morning. Meet up with family or friends. Then head out for the evening. All without worrying about stopping to recharge.

Take more shots with two cameras

The new Moto E comes with a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and a second camera in front, making it perfect for selfies or video calls with family and friends. With two twists of the wrist, you can launch the camera with Motorola’s Quick Capture feature. Want to take a selfie? Just twist your wrist again to switch to the front-facing camera. All without touching the screen.

Start with the latest Android™ OS, Lollipop

The new Moto E runs Android™ Lollipop, the latest version of the world’s most popular mobile operating system.

Let the fun begin… just add colour

Give your phone a splash of colour with interchangeable Motorola Bands and Grip Shells. Start with a black or white phone and then choose from six Motorola Bands like turquoise or raspberry, or attach a colourful Grip Shell for added protection from scrapes and spills.

Make it easy with Moto software experiences

With the new Moto E, you get premium Moto experiences like Moto Display for notifications and updates without interruptions and Moto Migrate to quickly and easily transfer contacts, photos and videos to your new phone.

The new Moto E will be coming to 40 countries, details coming soon for Ireland.

Please visit StartwithMotoE.com for further information.

John Reilly

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