Hands On With The New Moto E

Posted: February 25, 2015 in Uncategorized

TechCrunch

Just this morning, Motorola sent over its brand new Moto E, a $149 (off-contract) Android smartphone that wants to give budget-conscious shoppers a device choice with fewer compromises. We’ve spent the AM putting the Moto E to the test, and based on initial impressions, it’s a pretty capable device, with a nice design that offers a lot in the way of customization and attention to detail.

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The quad-core processor seems to handle Lollipop’s various UI animations pretty well, though the low-resolution display isn’t easy to get used to if you’re accustomed to Retina or similar type screens. And the 5 megapixel camera, though improved from the original thanks to AF, still isn’t going to be winning any photo competitions, especially in low-light or indoor shooting situations. But taking into account this is a $150 device, there’s a lot to recommend it.

The virtues of the Moto E…

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