Just like Motorola, Qualcomm says that the Moto E is “perfect for travelers and first-time smartphone users” - and we couldn’t agree more. Priced at only $129 (off contract), the Moto E runs Android 4.4 KitKat, and is powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 CPU paired with 1GB of RAM - thus being quite fast for its class.
The 4.3-inch (540 x 960 pixels) screen of the Moto E doesn’t provide a high ppi density, but first time smartphone users can’t complain about that. The new handset also features a 5MP rear camera, 4GB of expandable internal memory, splash-resistant coating, and a 1,980 mAh battery. For more about the smartphone, check out our Motorola Moto E review.
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Moto E, meet Xiaomi redmi, Huawei honor 3c, Oneplus one...
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The Moto E is truly one of the greatest low-end phones ever...
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No knocks against the E on hardware value for money, but it is also important to note that it is rated as one of the very worst phones available when it comes to radiation. The Moto E SAR rating is right up near the Federal limit. Unless you want to fry your brain and reproductive organs, I would personally stay away from the "E". You may save a little cash, but that little bit of cash will never pay to fix the problems that you may get from this phone if you are susceptible to cell phone cancer.
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Man dat bezel, it looks like an otterbox enclosed phone.
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