There is no dearth of low-cost Android phones in India and there’s a new one launching every few days, but then why is the recently launched Moto E, priced at Rs 7,000, the talk of the town? For instance, the Moto G has a speaker grill at the back, while the speaker on the Moto E is at the front; there is an LED flash that sits on the Moto G at the back, while the Moto E doesn’t have a flash.
Moto E Key Features are;
4.3in 540 x 960 qHD display
1.2 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 200
1GB of RAM / 4GB storage
Operating system: Android 4.4 “KitKat”
5-megapixel rear camera
There are cheap smartphones, of course – the Samsung S3 Mini, or Nokia’s various lower-end devices are examples and they are generally sold upfront on a pay-as-you-go contract. But almost all of them are awful devices, with no real relationship to their premium non-mini namesakes
The new Moto E wants to fill that gap. It’s a defiantly cheap phone, but still manages to deliver a fast and pure Android phone experience in a neat, unspectacular package.