Moto E
Review in
pictures
A spec sheet that looks good for the price
• 4.3-inch, 960 x 540
display
• 1.2GHz dual-core
Snapdragon 200processor
• 1GB ...
Bomb-proof build
• Solid build
• Curved, ergonomic design
• Water-repellant nano
coating adds to peace of
mind
• Its plain...
Sharp screen…
• The 4.3-inch 960 x 540 display is one of its highlights, and offers a pixel
density of 256ppi
• Layered wi...
… but average shooter
• No front camera for video
calls
• The primary 5-megapixel
shooter doesn’t support
autofocus
• Basi...
Here Kitty
• Runs stock Android 4.4.2 KitKat
• Includes Motorola Migrate,
along with the Assist
automation app
• A new app...
No powerhouse this, but still smooth
• A dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor powers the show, along with a
gig of RAM. T...
Above par battery life
• The sealed 1,980mAh
battery provides enough
juice to last for the entire
working day with
medium ...
At a glance
• 4.3-inch, 960 x 540 display
• 5MP primary camera with fixed
focus, no front shooter
• 1.2GHz dual-core Snapd...
-
• No front camera for
video calls
• Fixed-focus primary
camera
• Paltry internal storage
Pros and cons
+
• Solid, sturdy...
Rs 6,999
Pricing and verdict
“The Moto E scores on quite a few parameters, including build quality,
smooth performance, sh...
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The Moto E is a solid and compelling Android smartphone in the budget segment. Here's a quick review of the Moto E in pictures, explaining the gist of why we love the device, and where it fails...

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Moto E review

  1. 1. Moto E Review in pictures
  2. 2. A spec sheet that looks good for the price • 4.3-inch, 960 x 540 display • 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon 200processor • 1GB of RAM and 4GB expandable storage • 5-megapixel fixed-focus primary shooter • Water-repellant nano coating • Runs stock Android KitKat
  3. 3. Bomb-proof build • Solid build • Curved, ergonomic design • Water-repellant nano coating adds to peace of mind • Its plain Jane looks can be livened up using coloured interchangeable back panels • Notification LED • Front-facing speaker
  4. 4. Sharp screen… • The 4.3-inch 960 x 540 display is one of its highlights, and offers a pixel density of 256ppi • Layered with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection • Crisp, sharp visuals • Very good touch responsiveness • Sunlight legibility leaves a tad to be desired
  5. 5. … but average shooter • No front camera for video calls • The primary 5-megapixel shooter doesn’t support autofocus • Basic, no-frills camera app, supports touch-to-shoot • Usable shots in daylight • Images turn out grainy in low light • The shooter is just good enough for social sharing
  6. 6. Here Kitty • Runs stock Android 4.4.2 KitKat • Includes Motorola Migrate, along with the Assist automation app • A new app called Alert makes its debut on the Moto E • Alert offers Meet Me and Locate Me location-sharing features, along with an SOS capability that notifies preset contacts and sounds an alarm • Automatic SIM Selection to complement dual-SIM capabilities
  7. 7. No powerhouse this, but still smooth • A dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor powers the show, along with a gig of RAM. The specs don’t boggle the mind, but turn in smooth performance for the most part • Standard set of connectivity options including dual-SIM 3G (both slots), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS, GLONASS and Wi-Fi hotspot. Sadly, USB OTG is not supported • Out of 4GB storage, only half is user accessible. Can be expanded by another 32GB, but is still quite meagre when it comes to a large number of apps and games with large download sizes
  8. 8. Above par battery life • The sealed 1,980mAh battery provides enough juice to last for the entire working day with medium usage • Lasted us close to seven hours in our video loop playback test • Battery saver mode available to prolong battery life
  9. 9. At a glance • 4.3-inch, 960 x 540 display • 5MP primary camera with fixed focus, no front shooter • 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon 200 processor • Adreno 330 graphics • 1GB RAM, 4GB expandable internal storage • 1,980mAh battery • Dual-SIM 3g, Single-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS, GLONASS, Wi-Fi hotspot • FM radio, Water-repellant nano coating
  10. 10. - • No front camera for video calls • Fixed-focus primary camera • Paltry internal storage Pros and cons + • Solid, sturdy build and ergonomic design • Water-repellant nano- coating and Gorilla Glass 3 protection • Sharp, high-res screen • Supports 3G on both slots • Android KitKat • Smooth performance • Good battery life
  11. 11. Rs 6,999 Pricing and verdict “The Moto E scores on quite a few parameters, including build quality, smooth performance, sharp screen and battery life. Stock KitKat is also great to have at this price, but the fixed focus camera does leave a tad to be desired. The device also has a few worthy rivals in the form of the Lava Iris 406Q, Lava Iris X1 and the Micromax Unite 2, all of which boast a few advantages. However, the Moto E does stand out as an extremely compelling budget option.”

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