The CyanogenMod team continues to develop builds for new phones, and today we get support for two budget-oriented options that are popular with the unlocked crowd. The Moto E 2015, a phone with a relatively small screen and a tiny price, and the Huawei Mate 2, a phone with a relatively enormous screen and a price that's still pretty small, both have CyanogenMod 12.1 (Android 5.1) ROMs waiting for them on the official download site.

The Mate 2 is under the "mt2" codename, currently with three nightly builds available, and the Moto E 2015 is (for no obvious reason) labeled "otus" with two builds available at the time of writing. Both builds weigh in at around 250MB, and that doesn't include Google Apps, which you'll need to flash in a separate package. Between the two of them, I imagine that the Mate 2 will see more CyanogenMod users, since Motorola's low-end hardware is pretty close to bone stock Android already. They've been working on the build for the Mate 2 for quite a while.

The usual warnings apply here; these are nightly builds, so they're likely to be considerably less stable than stock software or CyanogenMod's more infrequent releases. Users might be tempted to wait for Android 6.0 to be released before flashing a new ROM, but Cyanogen tends to take several months to release an updated version, Huawei isn't known for speedy updates either, and Motorola has been slipping as of late. Happy flashing.