Of Lenovo's six new Moto-branded low to mid-end smartphones, the G6 Plus and "regular" E5 are the only ones exclusively focused on markets outside North America.
Previously available only on Verizon prepaid and up for pre-orders elsewhere, the Moto E4 has expanded to several other US carriers and retailers.
For the remainder of the year, Lenovo still has a bunch of Motorola smartphone launches planned, apparently, including a Moto Z2 Force, X4, gS and gS+.
Rumors say that Motorola will be sole leader on the Moto Z, Lenovo will take the Moto X while the company may contract an ODM for the Moto E.
With a hearty 3,500 mAh cell under the hood, 2GB RAM and 4G LTE connectivity, the $120 5-inch Moto E3 Power looks like a bargain in India.
Could a Motorola Moto E3 Power (by Lenovo) still come to light, a year and a half on the heels of the second-gen E? This Wi-Fi certificate suggests so.
The list of suspects for May 17 Motorola event headliner isn't very lengthy, but it's really anybody's guess if the Moto G4 or new Moto E are it.
The no doubt upcoming third-generation Moto E might be codenamed Motorola Affinity, and carry a sub-$100 price tag with a 5-inch screen in tow.
Finally, there's some news to report on the third-gen Moto E front. Namely, the entry-level Lenovo phone should sport a 5-inch 720p display and 2GB RAM.
The already affordable Motorola Moto E (2nd gen) is now cheaper than ever before through Best Buy, at $30 in an AT&T GoPhone configuration.
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow update that will probably never land stateside for the Moto E (2nd gen) has already begun rolling out in India.
Prepaid specialist Cricket Wireless has a number of no-contract phones on sale again, including the second-gen Moto E and Microsoft Lumia 640.
Lenovo says there's no truth to claims it's looking to nix the Moto G and Moto E smartphone lineups, which will co-exist with the Vibe series.
Motorola aims to bring holiday cheer to its admirers in India and the UK, with small discounts on several smartphones and the newest Moto 360 smartwatch.
As long as you haven't purchased your second-generation Motorola Moto E in the US or China, you should gear up for Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates.
AT&T's GoPhone prepaid department tries to keep up with Cricket or MetroPCS by discounting four already cheap phones, and offering the ZTE Maven for free.
Join us as we round up all the early Black Friday 2015 deals in effect, as well as those we know are coming soon to manufacturers, retailers, and carriers.
If you don't need to own the best of the best in mobile tech, Cricket Wireless offers a slew of unrefusable deals on entry-level phones this holiday season
A bunch of Motorola Android 5.1 updates are heading out today: Moto X on US Cellular and AT&T, as well as Moto E on Cricket Wireless.
The second-gen Moto E Android 5.1 update has begun rolling out to devices, with both the updated Android version and several other changes in tow.
Read our Motorola Moto E review rebuttal (the 2015 model with 4G LTE capabilities) – this phone is a flagship in its own right, and here's why.
Learn which Motorola Lollipop updates will jump straight ahead to Android 5.1.
The Moto E is still one of the world's least-expensive smartphones. How many corners did Motorola cut to get there? Find out in our 2015 Moto E review!