The Moto E proved to be quite the decent handset which was released in the previous year, and this time around, we have word that the Moto E (2015) has gone on sale in the U.S. – of course, this would be the 3G-only model that we are talking about here. If you are interested in picking up a smartphone that will not break the bank, and yet offer a decent build quality alongside functions that simply work, you can take your pick from 3G US GSM or 3G global GSM models.
The asking price for the 3G Moto E (2015) stands at a mere $119.99 unlocked, where you can choose from either black or white color schemes. To put things in perspective, Motorola did have an asking price of $149.99 for the 4G LTE model – sans contract, so you might want to weigh your options here.
A quick recap of what this entry level handset will come with the Moto E (2015) – 8GB of internal memory, a microSD memory card slot for expansion purposes, a 5MP shooter at the back, wa 4.5” qHD display, Android 5.0 Lollipop in tow so that you do not need to wait for an update, as well as a waterproof coating on the outside.