Motorola Moto E
Motorola has improved on its already impressive low-end handset by boosting the battery and processor while also adding 4G. The price is still low and Android Lollipop is on board; what more could you need?
Motorola just sent us through a box of goodies the company has been teasing for a while now. We predicted it may come with the long rumoured launch of the Moto E (2015) and low and behold we were correct.
The new Moto E arrived in a little presentation box with a unique website showing off the real announcement of the phone.
But you don’t want to hear about a box – you want to know what the phone is like, surely?
Video About Motorola Moto E
Don’t expect much to blow your mind on the new Motorola Moto E, a lot here is very similar to the phone we reviewed back in May last year. But that’s a phone we gave a four out of five to, so how does this re-release hold up?
All round the design is pretty similar to what we saw on the original Moto E. It’s still got a plastic body with a round body feel to it. All the buttons remain in the same places with the unlock and volume rocker on the right hand edge of the phone.
Source: James Peckham
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