Motorola Moto E Review: Entry-level that doesn't suck

By Scorpus · 4 replies
Aug 25, 2014
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    Although budget handsets are critical to a company’s smartphone portfolio, they often receive less polish and less development time than the high-end models. Sometimes they come out half-baked, with a greater number of compromises than you would hope for or expect.

    Over at Motorola, it’s a completely different story. Having just three phones on the market has allowed each one to receive enough time and polish. The Moto X’s innovative contextual processing features made it a solid flagship option, while the Moto G is arguably the best sub-$200 device you can buy.

    The device I’m reviewing today, the Moto E, is Motorola’s budget model and it has received the same treatment as the X and G. It’s a highly polished device, naturally with some compromises, that aims to be the best option for buyers looking for a $130 handset, unlocked and off-contract.

    Read the complete review.

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  2. trgz

    trgz TS Addict Posts: 221   +50

    Too big, but other than that I liked it.
  3. fimbles

    fimbles TS Evangelist Posts: 1,185   +208

    Got a moto g earlier this week after my xperia decided to eject its power socket.

    Quad core, barebones android, HD screen for £130. Amazing phone for the price.
  4. Skidmarksdeluxe

    Skidmarksdeluxe TS Evangelist Posts: 8,647   +3,274

    It's a nice sized screen, I like 'em around that size.
  5. Though the "only" 3 phones in their line up are the only open GSM models,
    They still make the Droidd line of phones for Verizon which are actually quite well made and are of "flagship" level and performance.

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