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Moto G Ferrari Edition With Kevlar Back Panel and LTE Support Launched

Motorola had a busy Tuesday as the company unveiled its dirt cheap Moto E in the sub-Rs. 10,000 category in India, while at the simultaneous event in London, it also revealed the LTE-capable version of the Moto G.

Now, Motorola's official Mexican blog confirms that the Moto G Ferrari Edition is also official. However, as of now, the Moto G Ferrari Edition appears to be exclusive to the Mexican market as the company is yet to reveal plans to release the device outside the country.

Motorola announced that the Moto G Ferrari Edition will be available at MXN 4,999 (Rs. 23,000 approximately) without contract and will be hitting market shelves in Mexico starting June.

The Moto G Ferrari Edition, first reported by a Mexican publication, sports a Kevlar back panel with the iconic Ferrari logo. In addition, the company has revealed that the Moto G Ferrari Edition comes with exclusive Ferrari content and special accessories; although Motorola has not detailed the contents.

The Moto G Ferrari Edition is based on the Moto G 4G and comes with 16GB of inbuilt storage, which is non-expandable. Notably, other specifications of the Moto G Ferrari Edition are identical to the original Moto G.

(Also see: Moto E vs. Moto G)

Motorola on Tuesday launched its dual-SIM budget smartphone Moto E in India carrying a price tag of Rs. 6,999. The phone is available exclusively via online retailerFlipkart, similar to the Moto G and Moto X.

(Also see: Moto E: Hands on With the New 'Moto' in Town)

The Motorola Moto E comes with 4.3-inch display with a qHD (540x960 pixel) resolution, and 256ppi pixel density. Motorola is also touting the Corning Gorilla Glass 3 screen of the phone, along with its 'water-nano coating' which provides a measure of water resistance. It is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor along with Adreno 302 GPU alongside 1GB of RAM. The Moto E is a dual-SIM phone that supports Micro-SIM cards and an 'intelligent calling feature.' It runs on Android 4.4 KitKat.

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  • Value for money
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  • Excellent pricing
  • Runs Android 4.4.2, the most recent version
  • Decent specs for the price
  • Bad
  • Non-expandable storage
  • Average camera performance





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