Cheap smartphones 2014, Moto E and Blackberry Z30 launched —Motorola has unveiled the Moto E, its latest budget device aimed at customers who want to get into the smartphone world.
Motorola is aiming at the entry-level Android market with its newest device, the Moto E, a trimmed down version of the Moto G smartphone it released late last year.
The Moto E costs $129 online for an unlocked GSM version without a contract.
Moto E is packed with Android v4.4 KitKat OS, 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 dual-core CPU, Adreno 302 graphics engine backed by sumptuous 1GB RAM, 4GB expandable storage (up to 32GB) and also houses a 5.0-megapixel primary camera and 1980 mAh (Li-Ion) battery which can provide power for close to 24 hours under mixed media usage.
JAKARTA : The BlackBerry Ltd launched a low-cost touchscreen device in Jakarta recently, the Z3, as the embattled smartphone maker looks to revive sales in emerging markets like Indonesia where its once-fervent following has shriveled.
Blackberry Z30 Specs
1280 x 720 resolution, at 295 ppi 1080p HD video recording, BlackBerry® 10 operating system MicroSD memory card
Up to 25 hours mixed use1 battery life.
The handset, unveiled at a glitzy launch event in the Indonesian capital on Tuesday, is the first in a line of devices being made with FIH Mobile Ltd, a unit of the giant Taiwanese Foxconn Technology Group best known for assembling gadgets like iPhones and iPads for Apple Inc.
The BlackBerry Z3, will at first be available exclusively for Indonesia, one of its largest markets. John S. Chen, the chief executive of the struggling company, so far, best cheap smartphones 2014.