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Motorola Moto E (2nd Generation) - Black - 8 GB - Global GSM Unlocked Phone

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Global GSM - 8GB
  • 4.5" qHD display - Sharpest Display in its class, Water-repellant coating and Corning Gorilla Glass for enhance durability
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor with a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU and advanced graphics
  • All-Day battery performance with a 2390mAh battery
  • Android Lollipop 5.0 operating system with one guaranteed software update, personalize with colored bands
  • 5MP rear camera with a VGA front facing camera
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Technical Details

Color: Black | Style: Global GSM - 8GB
  • Size (LWH): 2.62 inches, 5.11 inches, 2.08 inches
  • Weight: 4.96 ounces
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Color: Black | Style: Global GSM - 8GB

Start getting more without spending more. Like a big, brilliant display that’s the sharpest in its class. Built-in protection from scrapes, spills, and smudges. A fast quad-core processor, plus the latest version of Android OS, Lollipop. Not to mention battery life that lasts a full day, so you can get on with yours. Choose to start your adventure with the new Moto E.

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Color: Black | Style Name: Global GSM - 8GB
For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 2.6 x 5.1 x 2.1 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • Item model number: XT1505
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (795 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,035 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]

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Style Name: 4G LTE - 8GBColor: White Verified Purchase
I got the Motorola Moto E LTE(2nd gen) 2015 model to replace my aging Samsung Galaxy S2.
I had the S2 for quite a while now and never really thought about upgrading until files would sometimes become corrupted and undeleteable, wifi connection would be finicky half the time, sometimes my carrier wouldn't be detected or connectable to, call quality with the onboard mic/speaker was poor(Bluetooth headsets do not have this problem) but most irritating of all most apps would take 4-8 seconds to start up no matter what I did to optimize the android system. After seeing all the fancy models coming out I decided I needed an upgrade.

I mainly chose the new 2015 Moto E due to press provided by reviews on YouTube and online. I was made aware of its pros and cons from the very start. I new it wasn't gonna be like these new flagships raging all over the news, but I didn't need it to be. I wanted a simple yet stable platform for simple tasks like youtube, we surfing, calls/texts and email. Something that started applications quickly, was stable and affordable.
I just got the phone today and it came in a tiny box, much smaller than what I saw some of the reviewers received. It contained the phone, a QuickStart guide, a Motorola specs and warranty booklet and a micro usb charger. Start up was very easy. I just plugged in my sim and SD card, connected to my wifi network and then logged into my Google account. Everything just synced right up. (IMPORTANT NOTE: it is not necessary to have a google account or use a wifi network. The phone will work just fine for calls with just the SIM card.)
The interface and experience of the phone is WAAAAY better than my previous phone. Apps start up right away, navigating between app drawer and home screen is a lot faster, no more lag! I'm so happy.
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By Joe Bear on March 17, 2015
Style Name: 4G LTE - 8GBColor: White
I bought this straight from Motorola the day it was publicly announced, and I absolutely love this handset! While I was bummed about Youtube scaling back to 480p software wise, you can tell that the screen is actually pretty phenomenal for its class when streaming 1080p Netflix (the difference is very visible even on a qHD screen). As a daily driver, I actually prefer the Moto E 2nd Gen LTE to my ol' Nexus 5, because the battery lasts much longer, which helps the Moto E carry daily tasks out better. I *REALLY* love how the Moto E fits in my hand. To me it's definitely better feeling in the hand than an HTC One M7, especially when the M7 gets toasty. The Moto E tends to also stay relatively cool under stress, which I can't say for my One M7 and Nexus 5. But overall the Moto E feels a lot "friendlier" than any of the aforementioned phones, and I have a lot more peace of mind running around town or going out at night with this phone. It is by far my favorite phone to date, even when stacked against all the flagships I've owned.

-way better build quality over 1st gen (the loose backplate and light leakage are absolutely gone)
-4.5" a nice form factor, exceptionally nice to use with one hand, esp with Moto ergos
-excellent real world battery life due to low res screen and big battery
-quick and clean vanilla UI (should get even better with 5.1)
-*excellent* LTE bands for America+Canada (all of the Americas from what I understand) - getting 40-50 mbps down / 25 mbps up in my area on T-Mobile unlt'd
-Snapdragon 410 actually feels faster than 400 in real world usage
-bloody brilliant customer service (instant call/chat button in built in "Help" app)
-price, obviously.
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Style Name: Global GSM - 8GBColor: Black Verified Purchase
Is a really nice update for the old Motorola Moto E. Nowdays on $95 used to be $130 & used to be the best phone you could get for less than $130.

Now with this release of Moto E 2nd Generation you can be sure it is the best phone you could get for $120 & If you need/like LTE for $150 you could get Moto E2 version with LTE (But 4GB capacity instead of 8GB).
Trust me, you wont regret getting this "cheap" phone.

Improvements from Moto E to Moto E 2nd Gen:
* New Android (From v4.4 Kitkat to v5.0 Lollipop)
* More cores (From Dual to Quad)
* Front Camera (Added)
* Capacity (From 4GB to 8GB)
* Bigger Battery (From 1980 mAH to 2390 mAH)
* Larger Screen (From 4.3'' to 4.5'')

* No Flash.
* Only 5MB camera.
* Phone & Wall Charger only, No HeadPhones nor USB cable.
* Low Capacity.. Even Improved to 8GB isn't big enough (for me, since you can use ONLY like 5GB)...
- I think it should be minimum 16gb.. of course you can use a microSD, but some apps wont allow you to move to the SD card & thats a problem sometimes if you've too much apps.

At the end is an amazing phone, considering is only 120$ we get so much.

After using it for almost a year everything is working fine. So if you bought one and have any kind of problems using it (sound, screen, anything) just return it and ask for a new one.
Nowdays (December 2015) it only cost 90$ & 100$ with LTE (I bought at 120$ without LTE).
So a pretty good option for people that need or want a smartphone with good capacities without spending too much money..
The biggest problem with this phone (besides camera <good but not great> of course better camera would increase price a lot) is the capacity <only 8GB>, with the software updates and having too many apps you'll have some capacity problems.
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