The Motorola Moto E5 series is now available for purchase in the US. The standard Moto E5 is missing (we already knew it is only destined to Europe, Latin America and the Asia Pacific), but the E5 Plus and E5 Play are now up for grabs.
The Motorola Moto E5 Plus, the device is only available through Sprint, which is offering it for $288, or $12/mo on 18-month Flex lease plan. The model up for sale is the 32GB, Gray variant.
The Moto E5 Play is available through Verizon as well as Cricket and Boost Mobile. Boost is selling the phone for $80 ($20 discount), while Verizon and Cricket are offering it for $95 and $100, respectively.
It's worth mentioning that Cricket is selling the handset as E5 Cruise. For more information, head to the Source links below.
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The US consumers are really screwed because of their incompetent and protectionist laws. Here in Nepal, we can get Redmi Note 5 with much better specs for $250. $288 for SD 425? Well, that's outright looting!