Moto E5 Play and E5 Plus now available in US through T-Mobile

Motorola had launched its Moto E5 Play and E5 Plus smartphones earlier this month in India, and now the device is set to hit the US market too, thanks to T-Mobile. The devices are now available at T-Mobile through both online and offline retail channels for $150 and $255, respectively. You have the options of paying the entire amount outright, or getting them with 2-year career contracts for monthly installments of $6 and $9, respectively.

As far as specs are concerned, Moto E5 Play comes with 5.2-inches large 16:9 display, 8mp primary camera, 5mp secondary camera, Snapdragon 427 processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, Android 8.1 Oreo and 2,800 mAh battery.

Then there’s E5 Plus, the best device in company’s E series lineup right now. It comes with 6-inch display having 18:9 ratio, 12mp dual lens primary camera, 5mp secondary camera, Snapdragon 435 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage and a much larger 5,000 mAh battery. Lastly, both devices are compatible with T-Mobile’s latest 600 MHz band (Band 71) to take advantage of company’s latest extended range towers.

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Motorola’s latest E series smartphones are the best budget devices that anyone can get. Due to company’s light-hand implemention of Android Oreo the user experience remains pretty close to stock Android and the premium looks make both devices look better than other budget smartphones. I’ve used Motorola’s budget smartphones myself, and I can confirm you that the formula that company uses to manufacture its E series devices never leaves you dissatisfied. You get a lot for what you pay. Therefore, if you want a great budget smartphone we’d highly recommend to consider Moto E5 Play and E5 Plus.

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