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Motorola's Moto E5 Now Available in the US for $100

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Back in April, Motorola unveiled three new devices under the name Moto E5. These devices include the Moto E5, Moto E5 Play and Moto E5 Plus. Despite sharing a name, these three devices have different specs.

More importantly, one of those models, the Moto E5, has finally reached the U.S.

The Moto E5 comes with a 5.7-inch 720p screen. It is powered by a 1.4GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor with 2GB of RAM and an expandable 16GB memory.

The phone includes an 8-megapixel rear-facing sensor with f/2.0 aperture, LED flash, autofocus, and full HD video. In front, a secondary camera is available with a 5-megapixel sensor. The Moto E5 also includes a large 4000mAh battery and runs on Android 8 Oreo upon release.

With today's announcement, the Moto E5 is now available for $99.99. The good news is that the device can be purchased directly from Best Buy. If this is a model you are interested in, you can click on the link to head to the purchase page.


Source: Best Buy  

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  1. The link in the article refers one htat is locked to Simple Mobile (Tracfone brand ) . Where is the unlocked version ?

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  2. Carrier locked to Tracfone and DOA.

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    1. I hear ya bro. I have Trump-sized hands and my thumbs do not reach to the far ends of the screen when the phone screen size is over 5.0" or so.

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    2. Then use two hands.

      And learn to get used to it. Normal phone size is nearing 7.0 inches.

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    3. There will always be a market for reasonably-sized phone. Remember the iPhone revolutionized the cellphone world with a 3.5" screen. Still very usable today - the icons were a little bigger and there were fewer rows. The keyboard works very well. And there is something very cool about small tech gadgets...

      Only gamers, video addicts and poorer people who use their phone as their primary Internet device need big screens. Having to use two hands is just so lame. Fashions change, and wide ties aren't the thing anymore.

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  3. I personally really like the Motorola devices I already own as I use a Moto E4 XT1768 on Tello and even my old Motorola Photon Q as a wifi Youtube player, however a 5.7" screen is too large for my tastes. I hope designers and manufacturers of Android devices realize some of us prefer screens between 4 and 5 inches when they come up with newer models.

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    1. Smartphones are selling at the 5.5+ inches size so the manufacturers have no plans on selling phones that are in the 4 to 5 inch range

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    2. Sony does. I just bought a nice, used Xperia Z5 Compact with a 4.6" screen. It's only 2.56" wide, and is a terrific phone. Very fast, with a nice UI, thoughtful additions. Terrific camera. Many beautiful themes available at no cost. The XZ1 Compact is about the same size, and packs a Snapdragon 835 with 4GB RAM. The XZ2 is a little bigger and has a SG 845. I wish I had bought one of these earlier.

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    3. I would love a 5 inch phone. I am hoping Pixel 3 is free of any major issues.

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  4. Locked to Simple mobile, no mention of camera flash or compass, no 802.11ac, and non replaceable battery? Lame. Pick up a $40 phone with better specs.

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  5. This article is misleading.
    If it's subsidized by a carrier, it's not $100.

    Unless it's AT&T prepaid, which can be used on MVNOs.

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  6. This Motorola Moto E5 can be purchased thru Home Shopping Network bundled with one-year of TracFone service for $179.95

    That would be $179 - $125(normal year service) = $54 for a TracFone locked Moto E5. Very do-able for the light phone user.

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