Moto E Heads Back To Flipkart for Rs 6,999, Yet Again

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Motorola's Moto E was launched back in early May, and instantly became an hit smartphone. The stripped down version of the Moto G smartphone which costs only Rs. 7,000 in fact was so hit that it has already gone out of stock twice in one month. Now the device is finally back on sale again. If you are not aware, Flipkart is the exclusive partner of Motorola who is running the Moto E sales in India.

Moto E Heads Back To Flipkart for Rs 6,999, Yet Again

The smartphone is such that it is not only cheap but also features the best of the specs at a given price. It comes with a 4.3-inch display offering a resolution of 960x540 pixels resolution. The Moto E is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor along with Adreno 302 GPU alongside 1GB of RAM and 4GB internal storage, which can be further expanded up to 32GB via a microSD card slot.

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But this is not the USP of the phone but what is very impressive is the fact that Motorola has offered Android 4.4.2 Kitkat OS in the phone.

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It also features a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera on the back side, but does not feature a LED flash and front facing shooter. The makers have added a 1,989mAh battery to power the handset. Motorola has used a nano-coating on the handset that will make the smartphone resistant to water.

With the sales of the low-end Android KitKat phones soaring up, native smartphone makers like Micromax and Xolo has also entered the market with Canvas Engage, and Unite 2 from the former maker and latter came up with Xolo Q600S. Thus, the competition will be pretty tough in the market among these devices.

If you want to buy the Moto E, click here.

UPDATE: It's out of stock again.

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