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My favorite Android phone in the world just had its price slashed by 25%

My favorite Android phone in the world just had its price slashed by 25%

My favorite Android phone in the world just had its price slashed by 25%
News from BGR:

HTC’s new One M9 and Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge smartphones all seem fantastic, and we were thoroughly impressed by each and every one when we previewed them at Mobile World Congress. But if you need a new smartphone right now, unfortunately none of these new phones are available for sale yet.

If you’re a smartphone shopper with an urgent need to upgrade, however, don’t despair — my favorite Android phone on the planet just had its price slashed by 25%.

DON’T MISS: New leak may have finally revealed Galaxy S6’s U.S. release date

There are plenty of Android smartphones on the market right now, and they all have good things and bad things about them. If you’re looking for a smartphone that packs a beautiful design, great specs, kill…………… continues on BGR

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Motorola Moto E (2nd Gen.) review
News from androidandme.com:

Low-cost Android smartphones have almost always gotten a bad rap because of the compromises made with their processors, the quality of their screens, and more in order to achieve a low price. That’s changed recently, though, with affordable Android phones becoming increasingly attractive to shoppers on a budget. Motorola has played a large role in that change with its Moto series of smartphones, specifically the Moto G and Moto E. Motorola recently refreshed its most affordable Android phone, the Moto E, which is priced at just $ 149.99 without a contract. But does it make too many compromises in order to reach that low price? Let’s find out.

Hardware and Build Quality

The Moto E (2nd Gen.) features several notable upgrades over its predecessor. The front of the new Moto E includes a 4.5-inch display that’s slightly larger than the original E’s 4.3-inch screen, but they’ve both got the same 960×540 resolution. Up above the Moto E (2nd Gen.)’s display is a VGA front-facing camera, which is a step up from the Moto E (1st Gen.) that didn’t have any front-facing shooter at all. Both Moto E models have 5-meg…………… continues on androidandme.com

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