A new Moto E has arrived and LG is rolling out its G Flex 2 globally! Meanwhile, Google Play Music is letting you upload even more music to the cloud for free.
The Moto E has been a success, just like its bigger brother, the Moto G. These affordable handsets with enticing prices are taking Motorola to another level, turning the company into the king of affordable smartphones. Today they take the veils off a brand new Moto E.
The most important upgrade is that this phone comes with 4G LTE, even if it does cost a bit more at $150. It also comes with a larger 4.5-inch 940c560p resolution, a 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 200 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal storage and a 2390 mAh battery.
It’s available now for $150 from Motorola’s website, and a $120 version wth only 3G is coming. Who is signing up?
Opinion: This phone is looking mighty good, and specs are significantly improved from the predecessor. What ticks me off is that at $150 it’s getting a bit too close to Moto G territory. I guess if you really want 4G LTE and don’t mind the specs downgrade it’s a good deal.
MWC is almost upon us, the event where all the big manufacturers are bringing their latest and greatest gadgets. It will be an eventful convention, so make sure to stay tuned for it next week. LG wants to beat everyone to the punch by releasing the LG G Flex 2 now, though.
The Korean manufacturer is starting to rollout the LG G Flex 2 now, with carriers in the United States, Hong Kong, Singapore, France, Germany and the UK releasing it first. Other markets would get it in due time.
Opinion: Are you thinking of getting yourself an LG G Flex 2? I would personally wait to see what HTC, Samsung and company have to show off at MWC. Maybe you want to check out our review on it before you make the decision!
Are you an avid Google Play Music user? That would mean today’s news from the Search Giant will be pure gold to you. Google Play Music is now allowing you to upload 50,000 songs to their cloud services for free, a number that is a significant increase from the previous 20,000 limit.
Opinion: I know very few people who have a music collection of over 50,000 songs, so this means that most of us will be able to store our entire music collection in Google’s servers without spending a penny. Not a bad deal at all, and it beats the competition by far.