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Review of Motorola Moto E, Review of Moto G and Review of Moto X

Updated on June 24, 2014
Hello Moto
Hello Moto

Motorola on the roll!

Motorola is on a roll these days brushing aside the market rulers like Samsung, Nokia, and Apple too. The price bar has been kept at a minimal bar and fits low budget android seekers. There are a lot of low end phones in the market with low end hardware which ends in poor lifetime. Motorola has overcome all the hurdles in accordance with price tags. The company has stared the production of new phones after Google bought the company and has finally launched the three much discussed, much awaited phones.

This article deals about the latest release of phones by Motorola. Moto E, Moto G and Moto X have all the features you can ever want in a phone and all available at a very low budget. After all, when you're paying, you should pay for the best and leave all the rest.

The blazing Moto E
The blazing Moto E

Moto E

You wont be able to talk about competition when you hear about its features. You wont be able to complain about the price. You loose nothing when you buy the Motorola Moto E.

It is powered by a 1.2 Ghz Snapdragon 200 dual-core processor equipped with a 1 GB RAM making the device work smoothly during multitasking. With a resolution of 960x540 pixels and a 4.3 inch screen Graphics in the phone is powered by Adreno 302 making the colours more vibrant and clear. The phone's full body is water resistant, and it comes with Corning's Gorilla Glass 3.

You know what's surprising? Moto E is giving you the latest version of Android 4.4.2 KITKAT. It also gifts you with a guaranteed update of firmware to the next version of Android when released. The phone has 4 GB of Internal memory, and 32 GB of external support. The phone has all types of connectivity features like USB, Wi-Fi, 3G, Latest bluetooth.

Every coin has two sides, you will always find something of low grade. The battery life is average and it does not promise full day coverage. The phone boasts of a 5 MP camera, but no flash support. There is no secondary camera too. If you are not that much if a photographic person, Moto E is surely the choice for you. Let me correct myself, It is the best choice for you.

Price: 6999

Note: The phone is available only on in India.

The Moto G
The Moto G

Moto G

The power packed smartphone from Motorola is one of its class and it brings a new revolution to the android generation with a price range of this sort. No other handset in the market comes even close to the Motorola sets when you compare the price and quality and features. These features have made the new Google acquired company rise to a high level and set the boundary line high for the other market risers.

The Moto G showcases a larger 4.5 inch edge display comes with HD resolution and mark my words, every pixel is sharp, vivid and crystal clear. Videos, browsing through photos and reading text will rise to a whole new level when you get the Moto E in your hands. Not all phones support 720p at such a price, do they?

The phone features a Quad Core Snapdragon 400 Processor having a frequency of 1.2 GHz enabling the device to run with speed and without hassle even when multiple programs run simultaneously. Talking more about speed, the device has 1 GB RAM and Adreno Graphics 305 which enables you to play graphic-heavy games with high quality detailing.

It runs on the latest Android version, Kitkat (4.4.2) which is up-gradable, and a dual sim handset. It supports a good battery back up unlike the Moto E and fully eliminates the low end functionality of the camera of the E.

The device has a 5 MP camera with LED flash, auto-focus and you can take good quality photos even in low light. It also has a front camera of 1.3 MP so all of you who take numerous selfies, grab it. You wont get a better phone than this.

It has an internal storage of 8 GB but does not support external storage, this is the only con of this phone. It supports all types of connectivity like USB, 3G, Wi-Fi,etc

Price: Rs. 12499

The Moto X.
The Moto X.

Moto X

This phone from Motorola is priced a little high. The Moto X banks on its elegant design amazing user experience. The phone is curved at the back, fitting itself perfectly in the hand and is ideal for single hand use. I don't really know a competitor of this phone which stands a chance against it. The phone has 1.7 Ghz dual core snapdragon processor equipped with 2 GB RAM and a quad core graphics processor. It features 4.4.2 Kitkat version of Android. The phone comes with a 10 MP camera capable of capturing HD photographs and full length videos. It has a secondary camera of 2 MP. A 2200 mAh battery promises to support 24 hours of usage. the phone gives a 16 GB Internal memory support and no external memory feature.

The phone has a 4.7 inch AMOLED 1280x720 pixel HD display and all types of connectivity. The best you can get from a phone at a price below Rs. 25000.

Price: Rs. 23999

Moto E
Moto G
Moto X

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      Matic Seslar 

      4 years ago

      I think it is great the google bought Motorola. At least, there is one brand which doesn't put custom skins on top of android which slows everything down so dual-core processor is more than enough to power it. Nicely written though.


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