Motorola’s Moto E 2nd Gen will launch on Verizon Wireless tomorrow March 12th



Motorola Moto E 4G LTE black

A few weeks ago Motorola announced the all new Moto E for 2015. The updated smartphone comes equipped with LTE radios and packs a larger punch in the spec department than the previous model, making this extremely wallet friendly phone very enticing to those on budget.

The latest information available to us puts the Moto E 2nd Gen launching on Verizon Wireless tomorrow, March 12th. There’s no word on pricing, but from the looks of it, the all new Moto E will be part of Verizon’s Pre-Paid ensemble, where customers get unlimited talk, text, and 1GB of data for $45 a month. Generous.

If you’re looking to purchase your very first smartphone, you can’t go wrong by starting off with a Moto E and a prepaid plan. At least, that’s what Motorola and Verizon are gunning for.

Derek Ross
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  1. If this is priced right I might be interested to replace my awesome moto g (1st gen) vzw.
    as long as it comes with lollipop out of box

    1. Haha nevermind just Googled the screen resolution it’s not anything like my moto g screen. screw that idea

      1. Yeah, why did they go down from, 720p? :(

        1. The first gen Moto E was 540 x 960.

          1. Sorry, I meant, why did the Moto E go down from the original Moto G?

  2. I really like that wallpaper, anyone know where I can get it?

  3. Boost has it for $100. If this is cheap enough this could be pretty big for prepaid since Boost/Sprint sucks.

  4. Do these come sim unlocked like the post paid variants?

  5. Oh yay now the cheapest smartphone can be riddled with the most bloatware.

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