Motorola Moto E Review

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At first look, the Moto E looks like a rather mundane phone. Overwhelmed by a record low end and a tiny 4.3-inch screen, the Moto E seems to have everything stacked against it. But after holding the Moto E in hand and pulling up, we find that there are “more than meets the eye when it comes to small device from Motorola. Motorola has not only delivered a budget Android device, the company has reinvented the budget Android smartphone, and they did just in time. Motorola put all your eggs in the basket of emerging markets, which already makes the company a success. Motorola has already caused a sensation with another mid-range offering Moto G in these markets and the Moto E appears ready to do the same.

Although it is not as elegant as the GS5 or G3 LG, Moto E impress even power of Android users with its bright display and simple design. With a $ 129 price, interchangeable back shells, Android 4.4.2 and a lack of bloatware, Moto E delivers a stock Android experience that will close even HTC One M8 and LG G2 owners take a second look. Moto E is a true study of all that Android 4.4 KitKat can do with low-end cases.

Motorola Moto E – Design:

The Motorola Moto E is a very simple-looking little phone, blind. His body is plastic; there are not particularly eye-catching design quirks and he cares a lot more to feel comfortable in the hand to be super-thin.

A 12.3mm thick Moto E is a little chunky mobile, but the smooth curves of the soft touch back are a delight. This is just a little softer feeling Motorcycle G too.

It feels solidly built and at 142g it’s got a pleasing Amount of weight to it, maybe too much weight slightly odd as it feels heavier than you might expect for a handset of 124.8 x 64.8 x 12.3mm, goal quickly I got used to it.

That’s better than it feeling like a toy and nor is there the sense That It’s going to break or scratch at the Slightest provocation.

It is a little on the chunky side, goal its small size and curved back fits comfortably Ensure it in the hand. The back is a little slippery, which makes it harder to get a good grip.

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