To buy or not to buy the Moto E – Motorola’s best affordable Phone

To buy or not to buy the Moto E - Motorola’s best affordable Phone

There is always a flooding treat to watch and wait for in the realm of smatphones market. HTC recently release its HTC One M9 and Samsung announced the full release of its latest flagship the Samsung Galxy S6 and S6 edge on the 10th of April. However, The smartphone treats is not just about the high end flagships but also about the price from expensive to cheap yet useful handsets and this is where the Moto E by Motorola enters the picture the best budget phone.

Moto E, price starts at just $150, it’s features includes an addition of LTE, 8GB of built-in storage with bigger screen in comparison to previous Motorola phones, this is a cheap phone but truly usable.

It is made of plastic with a curved-case design. The screen is slightly bumped to 4.5 inches, up from 4.3. Another key feature is that it has additional LTE that allows this inexpensive phone compete in terms of capabilities with the expensive one in streaming media and downloading files. The screen resolution is 960 x 540 (qHD). It has a 5-megapixel camera and a front camera of 0.3 megapixel (VGA).

It is noticeable that The Moto E’s most hardware is impressive. Unfortunately the display is not so user friendly, it’s okay to use the phone indoors but not outdoors when the sun is shining bright its hard and almost impossible to see anything in the screen.

The Moto E processor is 1.2GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 410 processor with 1GB of RAM plus the Adreno 306 GPU. It is packed in apps from Plex, Revision3 and Flixster.   The 5-meaga pixel camera of Moto E is definitely not the best camera, true it produces good shots in daylight but useless with low light scenes, don’t expect for a flash – there’s none.

The Moto E has 2390 mAh battery, considering the battery size and a lower resolution of the LCD display means longer battery life span.

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