Motorola Moto E is a source of obsession; it is a budget smartphone with vibrant screen. The screen sports a colourful display, sources have quoted an interesting punch line for Moto E, it’s a real smartphone, at the launch of Moto E, the software chief of Motorola, Steve Howorwitz said, the phone will deliver spark performance that will match up to the levels of high-end devices sold at higher prices. Sources were able to view the actual facts described by the Chief on the phone. Users were stunned with the versatility of the device, and have stated that it is the fastest phone on the market. The swiftness is contributed by Android 4.4 software.
The power of Motorola is unbeatable, even on ground zero level; the efficiency of the Moto E is unmatched, where even basic apps are concerned. It is easy to toggle around chrome browser, maps, images, email. Users were happy with the way the phone worked through basic regular operations. Moto E is one par with high-end smartphones of HTC One and Xperia Z2, but sources were more impressed with Moto E than the above mentioned phones.
Design and Build
It is hard to spot the differences between Moto G and Moto E, only when you start using the phone, you can spot the difference. The E is easy to carry around, and offers sufficient dexterity. It is not the best built phone in the market, but easy to handle, contributed by sturdy rubber clad at the rear, that enables users to have a firm grip. Customers can choose from a series of amazing back colour covers like white, blue, black and red. The concern here is it is tough to remove the back cover. On the back panel there is a microSD card slot and two SIM compartments.
The fascination with Moto E lies in brilliant colour quality and impressive viewing angles caused by the spectacular 4.3 inch qHD display. The excellent colour output and viewing angles makes it a suitable phone to enjoy hours of fun-filled recreation, users can watch movies and engage in world of amazing gaming. The glass material used is the potent Corning Gorilla Glass 3, the panel is not very efficient under direct sunlight, and is easily prone to spots. There is a solution to the issue; users can purchase a water resistant coating that will cover the entire phone.
At the bottom is a chrome strip to accommodate loudspeaker and mouthpiece, the phone comes with charger, headset and reading material. An important point to note is it does not have a USB data cable like Moto G.
Moto E operates on the super efficient Android KitKat 4.4.2, the interface is proficient, with no room for lag in gallery, multi-tasking and animations setting. Interesting Motorola apps are available like Migrate and Moto Assist, there is a new app as well called Alert. The Alert app allows users to send out emergency messages to the people on contact list in times of urgency. The app is effectual, users can share the location of trauma with available contact, and this way family and friends will know the exact location of the person.
The exceptional user performance is due to the fitment of potent Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 dual core SoC and 1GB RAM. It is the 1GB RAM that makes the phone supremely competent. It makes room for a string of free memory for different apps and aids in easy navigation to newer Android versions. Users experimented with the memory space to the core, and downloaded games that require lots of memory space like Riptide GP, Jungle Run and Rayman. The apps ran with no lag or interference.
Moto E is equipped with 4GB storage, and 2.21 GB can be used, despite the limited usage, users can tuck in a 32GB memory card. Once inserted the efficacy is never ending and consumers can browse through many photos and videos on SD card. Apps can be inserted as well.
The memory output can extend to 64GB via memory card, users have observed the capacity of the phone with increased memory output, with SDXC card and SanDisk Extreme, and it worked fine. There are audio enhancement features, just like how it is on Moto X and G. The loud speaker works remarkably well, although a mono speaker, the clarity is world class. There is no full High Definition (HD) video support, but the music storage capacity is 1080p MP4 files.
Moto E runs on 3G handset and quad-band GSM, the other options are Glonass, GSP and quad-band GSM. There is no USB OTG connectivity; users cannot use a pen drive to transfer files. There is no Miracast support as well, and hence no transfer of data to TV.
Moto E is equipped with 5MP camera, and is not too admirable, there is no auto focus, hence a letdown compared to Moto G. The colour quality is crisp, achieved by the skill full sensor that traps colour of various intensities. The sensor is more powerful than 8MP snapper. The video recording is decent and the resolution power is 40p.
The battery performance is great for a budget phone; its operational power is 1980mAh. It can last for a day, even after prolonged usage that involves continuous Wi-Fi surfing, gaming, music and calls. The standby capacity is good, even after hours of usage there is little chance of the battery wearing out.
Moto E is packed with features, with all its supremacy and versatility, the phone costs less than Rs 7,000. Users can enjoy all the desirable qualities of a phone with Moto E. The first source of admiration lies in colourful vivid and flexible toggling between apps. A feature to take note of is App Alert, it is super convenient in times of emergency, and users can share information on where they actually are and sight of emergency.
Moto E is a great phone to own, to just spend a relaxed evening with family and friends, and capture awe-inspiring moments. Consumers can use the phone for hours and not be bothered about dipping battery.