Technology firm Motorola has recently rolled out the highly anticipated 4G edition of its well known budget smartphone, named the Moto E in the domestic market.
The new Moto E is likely to be released by the next week, April 23, and is now presently available for pre-order on online shopping giant, Flipkart.
Carrying a price label of at Rs 7,999, the mobile handset is solely obtainable on Flipkart.
Talking about the features of the handset, the Moto E 4G boasts of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 Quad-core CPU clocked at 1.2 gigahertz together with Adreno 306 graphics processing unit.
But, it is also worth noting that the 3G edition of the similar handset that is available at a price of Rs 6,999 makes use of a Snapgradon 200 central processing unit.
The new smartphone also has a 4.5 “ qHD display, 1 GB random access memory, 5 megapixel back camera and VGA camera on its front side.
The novel handset works on Android 5.0 Lollipop and features a 2,390 mAh battery. The new smartphone has 8 GB of storage capacity.
Why was 4G enabled Moto E (2 Gen) release postponed in the country?
The postponement in rolling out 4G-LTE Moto E (2 Gen) has to do with non-compatibility of handset’s radio-modem with the nation’s net bandwidth. The 4G model, which is presently dealing in North America, is only consistent with telecom system bands in the United States.
The company requires to initially initiating examining on Moto E to fine-tune modem chip to turn it well-suited with Indian network information measure. After careful examination, they are required get a nod from the Indian administration possessed telecommunication group and only then the Motorola gadget will reach stores in the subcontinent.