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Motorola Moto E review: design

Motorola Moto E review: design

Motorola Moto E review: design
News from PC Pro:

Motorola has a knack for creating impressive budget phones and the second-generation Motorola Moto E is no different. With a faster processor and the very welcome arrival of 4G support, it looks like Motorola might just be onto another budget winner in 2015.

Motorola Moto E review: design

Like all Motorola phones, the Moto E features an ergonomic curved back complete with a Motorola “M” finger dimple just below the camera. Soft-touch plastics stretch across the removable casing, and the 12.3mm-thick, 145g shell oozes a solidity that makes the Moto E feel like it’s built to last. Factor in the Gorilla Glass 3-coated screen and water-resistant coating and you have a handset that’s destined to survive any rough treatment.

The Moto E comes with Android 5 Lollipop installed as standard, and Motorola’s rather helpful migration app is preinstalled as well, which makes it quick and easy to get up and running. Indeed, it’s pleasing to see Motorola not opting to bring a bloated version of Lollipop to the Moto E. The temptation to bundle unnecessary apps would be too great for many other manufacturers, especially for such an affordable handset, but Motorola’s additions are genuinely useful.

The included “Moto” app learns how you use your phone, and lets you set automatic adjustments to notification frequency based on times of day. It also pro…………… continues on PC Pro

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Quick review: Motorola Moto Turbo
News from IBNLive:

This month witnessed the launch of two Motorola phones in India – with one placed at the top end of the spectrum (Moto Turbo) and the other at the other end (new Moto E). While we have already got our hands on the new Moto E that is now the new cheapest Motorola phone in India, it was time for us to play with the Moto Turbo, the company’s new top-of-the-line phone for the Indian market .

At both ends of the price spectrum, Motorola has always been endeavouring to give its rear panels a distinctive style. While the new Moto E only differs from its predecessor in terms of design details, the Moto Turbo brings with it a design that is unique to it and also gives the phone a premium feel (which is also a necessity, given its price tag).

In what becomes one of the key highlights of the phone, the Moto Turbo features ballistic nylon with a finely woven pattern (something reminiscent of backpacks) at the back that makes the phone’s design stand apart, takes away any vulnerability to scratches – while giving a good grip at the same time.

This month witnessed the launch of two Motorola phones in India – with one placed at the top end of the spectrum (Moto Turbo) and the other at the other end (new Moto E).

At the front, the phone has a design similar to the ones we have seen on high-end Motorola phones in th…………… continues on IBNLive

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