Motorola Moto E slightly bigger-predecessor

Motorola made the second generation of Moto
 E official - the screen size grew to 4.5", the chipset
 moved to a 64-bit one and also got 4G LTE connectivity.
The 5MP camera can now record 720p video
 and there's a VGA front-facing camera. There's no
mention of a dual-SIM version yet though. The Moto E 2015
 is slightly bigger, but practically the same thickness
 and weight as its predecessor. The screen is still at
 qHD 540 x 960px, which means it's not very sharp,
at least it's an IPS LCD with Gorilla Glass 3 and a
anti-smudge coating. The chipset is a Snapdragon 410
- a 64-bit quad-core Cortex-A53 at 1.2GHz with 1GB
 of RAM and Adreno 306 GPU.

 That's for the 4G LTE version though, the 3G
version will arrive with an old-school Snapdragon
200, which goes back to 32-bit Cortex-A7 cores
 and the slower Adreno 302 GPU. The phone, of
course, runs Android 5.0 Lollipop, which looks
unmodified so it should get updates quickly, despite
 the change of ownership.

 There's 8GB of built-in storage double what the
 1st gen had and a microSD card slot.
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The main
 camera is a 5MP shooter with an f/2.2 aperture
and can record 720p video at 30fps. There are
 two microphones on the handset for stereo audio.
 There's a VGA camera on the front, not exactly a
selfie dream but better than nothing which is what the
 original model has. The Motorola Moto E 2015 has
 the same water resistance coating used on its bigger
 bros and a larger 2,390mAh battery up from 1,980mAh.