Motorola Moto E

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The Moto E is the brand new, entry-level Android handset from Motorola. It slots into their current line-up below the Moto G and it's designed for emerging markets where featurephones and low-end handsets have a huge grip on the market. The Moto E packs decent specifications for its low price like a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 SoC and a 4.3-inch qHD (960 x 540) display with a pixel density of 256 PPI.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Gadget Guy Australia on 70

Motorola's attempt to take on the budget market is an interesting product, culminating in a handset that you'd be happy to own provided you weren't dependent on the lacklustre camera and lack of 4G.Without these two aspects, the Moto E flies in,...

By fatducktech.com on

Motorola continues to play in the budget/low cost space with the extremely affordable Motorola Moto E. But is it money well spent?Budget phones are, by their nature, an exercise in compromises.You're not paying top dollar for top-end performance. You're...

By ausdroid.net on

Motorola market the Moto E as Made to Last, and Priced for All. These are broad claims, and they're met by the Moto E.At $179, it's very affordable. Considering that there's not much available for less than this, and what is available in that range is...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

Motorola's Moto E is a smartphone shaved down to the basics, but all of the basics have been done properly. This isn't the fastest or flashiest smartphone around, but it certainly has a whole lot of mobile smarts for its $179...

By GadgetSpeak on 72

While on the subject of the back cover, Motorola has developed more than 20 coloured interchangeable covers, called Motorola Shells, if you want a different look from the basic white or black offering. You will also need to remove the back cover when...

By DigitalVersus on 40

With such serious multimedia and battery shortcomings, the Moto E is clearly no Rolls Royce of the phone industry. But it would be unfair to judge it based solely on that. After the Moto G's excellent value for money, Motorola is striking the same chord...

By MobileBurn on

Motorola has rested its hat on delivering the most phone possible for the least money necessary. The company cut corners on the Moto X and focused on software, then cut even more corners with the Moto G and focused on price. With the Moto E, it's raced...

By Wired on 70

WIREDZOMG CHEAP! Water resistant and a damn near smash-proof body. This phone is harder to kill than Steven Seagal. Great, solid handfeel. Variety of color options.TIREDSelfie hater: Lousy back side camera, and no front side camera at all. 4GB of storage...

By Wired UK on 60

Unfortunately for the Motorola Moto E, the screen is so-so, the camera a little below par, it's not 4G and the battery life isn't great. However, it's certainly very cheap, and as far as its processor, expandable memory and up-to-date Android operating...

By What Mobile on 85

Last year, Motorola changed the entry-level smartphone market with the release of the Moto G , a solid handset with impressive specs – 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, 720 x 1,280-pixel resolution screen – for an affordable £135.The device was an astounding...

By PhoneDog on

Motorola's latest handset, the Moto E, is in the hands of Marco Hanna. Can the cheapest handset in Motorola's lineup compare to more expensive smartphones like the Moto G, Moto X and Nexus...

By Stuff.tv on 80

Open Gallery If a £90 Nexus existed, it would look a lot like the Moto E. This isn't just Android for the masses, it's tidy, reliable, loveable Android for the masses. No, it isn't perfect. But considering we're yet to meet a mobile device...

By talkandroid.com on

If I asked you which phone is Motorola's best selling phone of all time, you would probably answer with the Moto X. You would be wrong as it is the Moto G, which is a budget phone. Budget phones are generally laughed at, but they happen to part of the...

By NotebookCheck on 81

More cannot be expected for 119 euros. Bullseye for Lenovo (again). It seems to be so easy to sell a large number of smartphones : A highly capable device with decent build quality and a low price. Then again, this may not be so easy to do, as many...

By PC Advisor on

Motorola blew us away with the budget Motorola Moto G smartphone and is now back with the even cheaper Moto E. Here's our Moto E review, in video. (For the detailed review, see Motorola Moto E review: £89 budget smartphone sets new bar .) The Moto G...

By Phone Scoop on

The Motorola Moto E is by no means perfect, but it is a smartphone any person could carry with pride. In exchange for top-of-the-line features, it offers solid performance at just about the lowest price possible without a contract. The Moto E covers the...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Camera could be better, but this sub-£100 phone has great performance and superb battery...

By Engadget on 82

The Moto E has its shortcomings, but they're largely offset by the device's affordable price tag. While the more powerful Moto G is likely the better bet for most smartphone shoppers, those looking to ditch their feature phones without breaking the bank...

By androidauthority.com on 70

7.0 The Moto E is priced at just $129, unlocked, making it one of the cheapest smartphones you can get your hands on. The closest competitor is another Motorola device itself, the Moto G, which is priced $50 higher, but gets you a better display, a...

By thunderbaylive.com on

Lisa Gade reviews the Moto E Android phone. This Motorola's most affordable unlocked GSM smartphone (CDMA is coming according to Motorola). The $129 Moto E has a 4.3″ qHD display and it runs Android 4.4 KitKat on a 1.2GHz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon...