A now-pulled Best Buy product listing indicates that Motorola’s least expensive smartphone may be getting an update soon. The page listed a new Moto E for Sprint’s prepaid service sporting upgrades over last year’s impressive Moto E, including an LTE modem, double the storage at 8GB, and most importantly, what looks like a price cut from $129 to $99.99 without a contract.
Android Police was able to catch the product page and specs before Best Buy pulled them, and it looks like this new Moto E will retain its 4.5-inch 540 x 960 screen, as well as a 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor (probably the Snapdragon 200 like its predecessor).
Although Motorola’s high-end phones, like the Moto X or Nexus 6, get most of the marketing attention in the United States and Europe, Motorola’s low-cost devices are important to the company as it breaks into markets like India and, more recently, China. Sales of…
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