This is Motorola's third device in India, after Moto G and Moto X. In February this year, Motorola re-entered the Indian market after a nearly two-year hiatus with Moto G.

Moto E has 4.3-inch screen and1.2GHz dual-core processor. The dual sim phone runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat) and has 1 GB RAM.

It comes with 5 MP rear camera but does not have rear LED. The Moto E has 1,980 mAh battery with 24 hour backup.
Flipkart, which has seen huge success with Moto G and Moto X, is keen on a long-term relationship with Motorola.
Its co-founder and CEO Sachin Bansal had earlier said, "Definitely, I think both Motorola and Flipkart are seeking a long-term relationship. Sure, I think we do see and actually hope that we do get to do more such things together."
Smartphone sales in the country grew almost three-fold to over 44 million in 2013, buoyed by a strong uptake of affordable devices made by local firms such as Micromax and Karbonn, according to research firm IDC.
While Samsung led the category with 38 percent share, Micromax had 16 percent, Karbonn (10 percent), Sony (5 percent) and Lava (4.7 percent) in the fourth quarter of 2013.
India was one of the fastest-growing markets worldwide in terms of smartphone adoption in 2013, says IDC data.