After making record sells of mid range model Moto G the early data of Moto E reflects that Motorola understands the need of Indian market like no other company. Which means that local mobile makers like Micromax and Karbonn Mobile really need to step up their game to compete Motorola in India.
If Moto G can be called the best smartphone in the below 15,000 range the Moto E is hands down the best bet in under 7,000 range. The new Moto E has 4.3 inch display screen with the resolution of 540X960 qHD that gives it a pixel density of 256 pixels per inch.
The display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and an extra layer of Anti smudge coating to save the smartphone from accidental splash.
Moto E runs on latest Android 4.4 KitKat and has powerful dual core 1.2 GHz processor which is a good fit for the price. The processor is coupled with 1 GB RAM which is really hard to find in below Rs 7,000 price point. Also features in Moto E are Adreno 302 Graphics card that takes care of quality display of game and movie graphics.
Moto E has 4 GB internal storage but it sports and micro SD slot that lets you expand the memory for up to 32 GB. Its noticeable that Moto E ‘s pricey brother does not features a micro SD slot but comes in 8 GB and 16 GB variants.
The new member of the Motorola family has 5 megapixels rear facing camera like Moto G but Moto E is missing front facing camera found in Moto G. The smartphone has dual-sim functionality and sports connectivity features like Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, 3G, 2G connectivity.
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