Motorola has slashed the price of the second-generation Moto E smartphone in India by INR 1,000 ($16). The price cut is applicable on both 3G and 4G LTE variants of the device, which are now available for INR 5,999 ($94) and INR 6,999 ($110), respectively on Flipkart.
In addition, the online retailer is also running an exchange offer under which you can trade-in your old smartphone and get an additional INR 2,000 ($31) off. Finally, Airtel customers purchasing the handset will also get double the data for a limited period of time.
The price cut comes just a few days before the company's July 28 event, where it is expected to launch multiple devices, including third-generation Moto G and Moto X.
Nice. Now drop the price in America too.
Whenever a new model is about to release , price of previous models always tend to come down as marketing policy to stash out the remaining stock , and on da other hand giving ppl a chance to own something which they can use without spending more mon...
The Easy understand that, Gen 2nd price cut down to prepare for Gen launch. That a reason to many user can buy Gen 2nd.India is a big market, I think almost smart phone maker wahrn incresas market share here..