Moto E Review

After the Moto G, best selling phone from Motorola ever, motorola has rolled out its another master piece which could affect the sale of low budget mobiles from Micromax, Karbon and other companies.

Moto E, with an absolute impressive price of Rs. 6999 has hijacked the low budget mobile market in the last week.

The Specifications of Moto E are :

Display : 4.3" - Corning Gorrilla Glass
Processor : Dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7
Memory : 4 GB, 1 GB RAM expandable upto 32 GB
Camera :  5 MP with 2592 * 1944 pixels, with no Flash.
Secondary Camera : No
Android : v4.4.2 (Kitkat)

Few Advantages of Moto E are :
  • Low Price
  • Nice build
  • Decent Screen and Power

Few disadvantages of Moto E are :
  • No Secondary Camera and Flash
  • Non Removable battery
  • Internal storage less

Overall : Moto E is an decent smartphone with excellent price to beat the competiton in the market, and if you are looking for a low budget phone with the budget around 7K, then Moto E is made for you.
Moto-G is exclusively available only at Flipkart with exclusive offer of 50% off on Memory card, case below.

1 comment:

  1. This is an amazing phone. The user experience is at par with other phones in the same range. Its Qualcomm® Snapdragon® 200 CPU Adreno 302 GPU deliver a fantastic output. This phone runs on the latest stock Android 4.4.4 KitKat with a promised upgrade to Android 5.0 Lollipop.
    Talking about its design, its sleek and ergonomic structure keeps it far ahead in looks and the handset fits in your palm perfectly. Both speakers front facing improves ringing and video viewing experience. The only con here is the bulky device, weighing around 140 grams, twice as heavy as other smart phones.
    Next comes the camera. Although much cursed, its 5 mp rear camera is capable of taking stunning images in daylight, however it struggles largely in low light conditions due to lack of flash and while taking close ups due to its fixed focus nature. There's no front camera to talk about.
    The phone has 4GB of internal storage (about 2.16GB usable) and it suffices all the general purposes and average gaming quite brilliantly. The KitKat Android apparently doesn't allow some applications to be installed directly on the external sdcard, some of them can be later moved to the external storage, up to 32GB. The 'move media' option on the settings allows you to move your songs, pictures, videos and other data to sdcard in order to vacate the internal storage and ensure smooth running of the phone.
    Built-in applications like Motorola Migrate and Motorola Assist are quite useful unlike the malware stuffed in other phones.
    Another major factor proving the dominance of this phone is it's 1980 mAh battery, which can help you to work with your phone one full day easily once charged, while you utilise your phone, keeping it connected to LAN, for normal usage.
    Inside the box, you can find a cute hands free, a handy charger (without USB) and a user guide with warranty card. The other hardware color depends on colour of the phone (black/white.)
    All in all, if this is gonna be your first low-budget smart phone, there isn't a better choice. Go grab it!