Thanks to Indian import data website Zauba, the price of the company's upcoming affordable smartphone has popped up. A total of 1300 Moto E smartphones were shipped on May 3 in Bangalore, India with a total value of $137,017 (INR 8,229,293). This makes up for a wholesale price per unit of $105 (INR 6,330).
Naturally, the price of the unit won't be so low, as it's likely retailers will add up a bit on top. We would speculate that the final price of the phone will be around the $120 mark, but we'll find out for sure on May 13, when Motorola has promised to unveil its phone that is "priced for all."
For that price, the Moto E is said to offer a 4.3" display with an unknown resolution (possibly sub-720p), a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM and 4GB of memory, which is likely expandable. At the back, there's going to be a 5MP camera and a 1,900mAh battery. The phone packs an FM Radio and runs Android 4.4 KitKat.
Further on, the leaked specifications suggest the Moto E measures 124.8 x 64.8 x 6.2mm, which is truly impressive considering the Moto X and the Moto G are 10.4mm and 11.6mm thick, respectively.
I am also using Moto G for 3 months. No lag or whatsoever. No heating problem observed so far. Few people in flipkart (certified buyers) have complained about battery drain. I did not face it though. Only issue I have faced so far is - Sim slot 1 sud...
How about Xperia E1 dual? it's a clear Walkman/music proposition which supports 100dB loudness in this price for India, none of other b1rand could stand out this!