Moto E carries a 1.2 GHZ dual-core processor which sounds a bit outdated if you look at octa-core. Nevertheless, a 1 GB RAM will make multi-tasking a breeze on this phone.
Till now the best phone of 2014 in the market was Moto G. Now with the landing of Moto E the company’s first G smartphone will have a strong rival. Earlier Moto G and Moto X received a good response when they were launched.
Moto E comes in three shades—-black, lemon, and turquoise. Its back is removable so you can call it a stylish phone. Android 4.4 is in high demand among Motorola customers—-88 % Moto G owners use Kitkat 4.4 and 91% Moto X users love this operating system. In an event held in London this phone was launched at once in 44 countries.
This dual SIM smartphone will work on Android Kitkat 4.4. You can call Moto E a phone that offers Android Kitkat at an extremely cheap rate.
All specifications of Moto E leaked before its launch came out correct. The new smartphone gets an edge-to-edge display and carries a curved rare—-it has a standard 4.3 inch display, with 720X1280 resolution.
Moto E has got a 5 megapixels rare camera. Like Lumia 630 this phone doesn’t have a front camera and a flash. Users may get annoyed with its camera features—-but Motorola company has tried to even it out by dishing a competitive price.
Flaunting a 256 pixel per inch density Moto E can be dubbed a ‘mini Moto G’ as on the features-front it resembles a lot with Moto G.
Moto E is a budget smartphone that comes with a 4 GB internal memory which is expandable up to 32 GB with an external card. Packed with a 1980 mAh battery the phone weighs 140 grams.