Some of the major advantages that users will get from this upgradation is support for Flash 10.1, and better integration of Java Script for faster rendering of webpages.
Some of the major advantages that users will get from upgrading, though, are support for Flash 10.1 and better integration of Java Script for faster rendering of webpages.
A Wifi hot spot feature has also been added, and will allow people to use their phone as a Wifi router.
Other enhancements include better security options and the ability to install applications directly on the external memory or SD card.
Although the update is meant to make devices faster, a Motorola disclaimer also warns that some functions might get slower and DRM locked media on the phone's memory will be wiped clean. Also, there is a chance that some preinstalled applications might not work with the updated version.
Users can directly visit Motorola's support website to update their device.
However, the Lenovo owned company has not said anything about the LTE version of Moto E (2nd Gen).
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Motorola is yet to officially announce the existence of the Moto E (4G) version and in India currently only the 3G version is available for Rs 5,999.
While exchange offer is available on Moto X (2nd Gen) and Moto G (2nd Gen), Moto E is available for a discounted price.
Various reports point out a new version of Moto E with front camera and even 4G connectivity.
Motorola will be launching around 10 experience centers in India in 2015. Bangalore will be the first city to get it in March.
Motorola is also expected to issue the Android 5.0 update for its Moto E and Moto X (1st Gen) smartphones.
The new version of Moto G has a 2390 mAh battery compared to the 2070 mAh battery of the Moto G 2nd Gen.
The 16 GB version of the phone is now available for Rs 29,999.