Moto E 2015 Review
After the release of Moto G2,which started the 2nd generation of Motorola smartphones,Motorola released the succecessor of its low budget phone Moto E 2015 .It comes with android v5.0(lollipop) and promises further upgrades in the future.lets take a look at its features:-
Moto E (2nd gen) comes with an 4.5inch,IPS LCD capacitve touchscreen offering a resolution of 540×960 pixels and 245ppi pixel density. It is protected by the latest Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with oleophobic coating.
Due to its low budget it comes with an in-built memory of 8gb,but users can expand it upto 32gb using microSD cards and the 1gb RAM allows it to run the basic apps and games smoothly.
The camera is the only downside of this phone as it is a 5megapixel camera without flash which restricts the user from taking image in the dark.The resolution is 2592×1944 pixels with autofocus,goetagging,panorama,HDR and other latest features.The secondary camera is VGA which may be disspointing for people obssessed with taking selfies.
As it is powered by Google,it comes with the latest version of android i.e v5.0 Lollipop with a promise of upgrade in the future.
The 3G model has Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex A7 processor and the LTE model comes with a Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex A53 processor which work sufficiently with its 1GB RAM.
This phone comes with wifi 802.11 b/g/n and can create wifi hotspot to create a wifi zone for other devices.
The latest Bluetooth v4.0 is installed for faster file sharing.
It also has FM Radio with RDS to tune into local radio stations.
For connection with desktop,it has a microUSB v2.0 connectivity which is a little outdated as we already have v3.0.
There is no issue with the battery as the 2390mAh LI-ion is enough to keep it on for almost a day with 2G internet.
Overall it is a fine device for its low budget.The quad core processor will be satisfactory to use the latest apps in the playstore and the 2390mAh battery will keep it running for long hours.Only downside would be the 5mp camera which does not come with flash for low light imaging.