I'm Jessica Velcrop for CNN.
This is the new Motorola Moto E D4 2015.
Big improvements from last year mostly include the fact that it has 4G LTE capabilities.
And some stuff to up spec.
So you've got a four and a half inch screen here.
Pretty low resolution, but keep in mind that this is a very inexpensive budget phone.
So you're not gonna get the highest spec here.
That includes a five megapixel camera on the back.
No flash, it does default to a 3.7 megapixel widescreen mode but you can change that a standard 4.3 for all five megapixel.
There's also a front facing camera.
It also runs Android 5.0 Lillipop without a lot of Motorola embellishments, although there are one or two.
To show Motorola's character.
The body itself is on the thicker side.
It's got a rounded backing, so it's pretty comfortable to hold.
It is embedded.
You won't be able to remove the battery.
But there is this kind of funny rim around the outside and if you manage to pry that off, which was very difficult for me.
I thought I was going to lose a nail or two.
There will be the SIM card slot underneath and also a Micro SD card slot.
The Moto E is on sale now in 50 countries so if you're interested in picking it up, check out your local store.
I'm Jessica Dolcourt for CNet.
You can read much more about this phone at CNet.com.
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