Summary: Motorola has improved on the original Moto E in almost every area, while giving it a little extra style too. While the screen could be better, for £109, the the 2015 Moto E is a solid budget blower that performs well and looks good doing it too.
Conclusion: Enthusiasts aren’t going to run out and pick up the new Moto E , that’s certainly fact. Based on its competitive price point, the 2nd generation Moto E is primarily targeting a specific demographic.
Pros: Aggressive low price point, Mostly stock Android 5.0 Lollipop experience, Simple design, Long battery life, Perfect size
Cons: Sluggish performance with heavier operations, Speaker quality is flat, Poor camera quality, Challenging call quality