If you haven’t bought the 3G variant of Moto E (2nd Gen), then you may definitely like to buy Moto E (2nd Gen) 4G variant online. The price of the 4G variant of Moto E (2nd Gen) is just Rs 1000 more than the price of the 3G variant of this smartphone. I had already mentioned the pros and cons of the 3G variant of Moto E (2nd Gen). The features are almost the same, but then too I’ll try to make you know everything about the 4G variant. This post will give you an idea that why buying the 4G variant of Moto E (2nd Gen) could be a good decision. It is going to be an useful post also for those who want to compare the 3G and 4G variant of Moto E (2nd Gen).
The 4G variant of Moto E (2nd Gen) comes with Dual SIM slots and only one of the SIM slots supports 4G LTE connectivity.
Moto E (2nd Gen)’s 4G variant also comes out of the box with Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system. It will definitely get regular updates in future.
Similar to the 3G variant, it also comes with 4.5 inch display screen having 960 x 540 pixels resolution. The display screen has got Gorilla Glass protection. But, I was expecting Motorola to provide HD display screen to the 4G variant of the 2nd Gen Moto E.
This Motorola smartphone is powered with 1.2GHz 64 Bit Quad Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor and Adreno 306 GPU. The processor provided in the 4G variant of 2nd Gen Moto E is definitely a better one as the 3G variant is powered with 1.2GHz Quad Core Qualcomm 200 processor. It comes with 1GB RAM and internal memory of 8GB. You’ll be able to get external memory up to 32GB using microSD card.
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The other connectivity features available with the 4G variant are 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth.
Like the 3G variant, Moto E (2nd Gen) also comes with 2390 mAh battery. Motorola should have definitely provided a better battery to the 4G variant as the 4G variant will be mostly bought by those who like faster connectivity and always want to stay connected with their friends.
The 4G variant of 2nd Gen Moto E is available online in 2 colors which are Black and White.
Motorola must be having good expectations from the 4G variant as the 3G variant of 2nd Gen Moto E has got good response. It will be interesting to see that whether people will like to spend Rs 1000 more for buying the 4G variant or they will decide to go for the 3G variant due to the less price. There is going to be tough competition for the Moto E (2nd Gen) 4G variant as Lenovo A7000 which is also a 4G smartphone is priced Rs 8,999 only.