Although Lenovo’s direct entry into the United States still could take time, until then they are adjusting with Motorola. Motorola recently unveiled Moto E4, the cheapest phone by the company ever launched. It’s available at $100 price tag for the unlocked handset and cost $69.99 if you are buying at Verizon.
MetroPCS, a T-Mobile’s prepaid brand has confirmed that they will sell Motorola Moto E4 very soon. Moto E4 is an affordable entry-level smartphone featuring a 5 inch vibrant and compact display. It runs on Android’s latest 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box and the company has included splash and spill, water repellent nano-coating so that you are never worried of your device in rain or unexpected water spills.
Coming to the optics, the device has wonderful 5 mega pixel front facing camera for selfies which get additional support with front facing LED flash. There is also 8 mega pixel rear autofocus camera taking decent pictures even in low light conditions. A 2800 mAh battery keeps the device ticking for a full day usage.
MetroPCS Moto E4 Price
At MetroPCS, the device is sold for only $49 after rebate. Added to that price are the taxes. If you are switching to MetroPCS from other networks, then you get this device for free(after instant rebate).
Moto E4 Release Date
This handset is currently available for purchase in the United States from other retailers but from MetroPCS you can buy the handset from July 31st.
It will be available for direct purchase online and at selected locations in the US.
If you need a dead cheap Android phone with reliable LTE network, Moto E4 is for you.
In related news, upcoming Moto X4 gets GFXBench listed.