Moto E4 Stories July 18

GOOG: 965.40

11.98

Moto E4 coming to MetroPCS for free with rebate

The Moto E4 was already one of our top recommendations for shoppers on a tight budget, thanks to its decent build quality, fast performance, and excellent fingerprint sensor. Now, MetroPCS is further sweetening the deal. Available July 31 on the T-Mobile-owned prepaid carrier, the Moto E4 will run just $49 after instant rebate for existing customers (MSRP $129 for device-only sales).

Moto E4 Stories June 27

GOOG: 927.33

-24.94

Amazon’s Prime Exclusive program isn’t a stranger to bringing just-announced smartphones to the market, but it’s not often that we see phones go official for the first time through the program. That, however, is happening today. Amazon has just launched 5 new smartphones for the Prime Exclusive program including the unannounced Alcatel IDOL 5S.

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Moto E4 Stories June 22

GOOG: 957.09

-2.36

Motorola has had a tight grip on the budget phone space for years. The original Moto G launched a trend of affordable smartphones that still offered solid features and performance, and that eventually expanded to the Moto E series.

The Moto E4 is the company’s latest affordable smartphone, coming in at less than half the cost of the Moto G5 Plus. Past versions of the Moto E have too closely trodden the line between cost and performance, but this time Motorola might have gotten it just right.

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

Moto E4 Stories June 12

GOOG: 942.90

-6.93

Lenovo subsidiary Motorola has today announced the latest in its annual lineup of affordable smartphones, the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus. The two handsets are yet another $100-$200 budget offering from the company, mostly just building on last year’s Moto E3 with improved specs and new metal designs…

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Moto E4 Stories May 30

GOOG: 975.88

4.41

Specs leak for Moto E4 reveal a low-end device with NFC in some markets

Earlier this month, Motorola went further downmarket with the Moto C. However, the Lenovo-owned company is still iterating on the E line, with specs leak revealing another low-end device.

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