Excerpt: If you are looking for a reliable smartphone under a budget of Rs.10,000 then look no further. Yes, we agree that the camera quality is poor and skipping the LED flash and front facing camera was a huge blunder.
Excerpt: The Moto E 4g is definitely an improvement over the 3G variant, but it still can't match the competiton in terms of display and camera. If you need an inexpensive smartphone with very good battery life, then this one would make sense, but for everything else, you should look at the Xiaomi Redmi 2...
Excerpt: The Moto E (2nd Gen) is definitely not a bad smartphone, but it makes no sense in the current market. The newer hardware on the Redmi 2 and Lenovo A6000 are both more powerful and already have 4G compatibility. The Moto E just doesn't provide the value that they do.
Excerpt: Hoy tenemos para analizar uno de los smartphones de gama baja más interesantes del momento, el Motorola Moto E, que puede ser adquirido por un precio que ronda los 110€ y se posiciona como una de las principales opciones de Motorola para la gama de entrada.
Summary: We liked the original Moto E very much, and we like the second-gen version even more. It's unmistakeably a budget phone, but it over-delivers for the price. We like the big, sharp screen, the quad-core processor, Android Lollipop and the battery.
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