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Cricket Wireless Will Offer The 2015 Moto E With 4G LTE For Just $129.99 Starting March 13th

Budget phones used to be the bane of Android's existence, embarrassments that gave buyers horrible first impressions of the platform and sent them running, tears in their eyes, towards the nearest iPhone they could catch on sale. Things have changed. Low-end phones may not offer the looks or build-quality of their flagship counterparts, but they provide plenty of screen real estate and power for average folks to stay connected.

With the new Moto E, Motorola has again raised the bar on what we can expect from a budget device.

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Motorola Makes The 2nd Gen Moto E Official—Now Available For $150 With LTE, $120 3G-Only Option Coming Soon

We've already seen how the new Moto E looks, but now Motorola has made things official. The 2nd generation low-cost handset is available now in the US for $149.99 with LTE. A $119.99 3G-only option is coming soon. Note, the version you can get today is the GSM model, not the one coming from Verizon.

Here's what has changed since 2014. This year's handset comes powered by a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 410 processor, up from last year's Snapdragon 200 (edit: the 3G model will remain with the 200).

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