Moto E IMEI SIM Unlock Code – “You get what you pay for,” is the common reason we give ourselves when we settle for cheap priced phones. Surely we cannot demand for the capabilities of what the high-end smartphones are known for, but we know that as consumers, we have to get our money’s worth. Just because we are tight on the budget does it mean that we have to settle for a phone that can barely do the basics – call and SMS. No, we don’t have to, and why should we, when Motorola has already promised a good answer to that. Let’s take a look at the Motorola Moto E and how it fares in the mid-range category.
Moto E has a 4.3-inch display with 540 x 950 pixels, one of the sharpest displays in the mid-range phone category in the market today. Gorilla Glass 3, proven to be scratch resistant, protects the screen. The screen is large and crisp enough that one maybe able to see what they are writing, watching or reading on their phones. It also contains the latest version of Android and promises to update to its latest version every time it is launched.
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Moto E only has one camera found at the rear. Again, bad news for the selfie fanatics, there is no front camera, nor is there a flash that accompanies the rear camera, and no autofocus. Moreover, it is only 5-megapixels. Camera modes are also quite limited, but if you’re good with the basic HDR mode and panorama, then you wouldn’t have a problem with this phone. There are no editing tools nor white balance or ISO. It is basic, so basic that it is already comparable to the old point-and-shoot camera. There is no dedicated shutter button outside of the screen so one must tap the screen when taking pictures. But this makes up for the lack of a front camera – take selfies like we all used to back then, facing the back camera, tilting it to an angle and tap! Just avoid low lighting conditions so you may still see your face once your photo is taken.
This smartphone’s saving grace is its large 4.3-inch display, which gives crisp images. One may opt to use the Moto E for viewing their favorite movies or videos when they are on the go. The audio is quite good too giving a good loud sound when turned up. But we highly recommend using your own earphones or headphones as the sound tends to crack when the volume is up.
As for gaming, we really didn’t expect a lot from this smart phone since it just comes with a dual-core Snapdragon 2 processor and Adreno 302 GPU. This is quite low for a gamer yet the phone ran fine when tested. The downside is that it only has 4GB storage space, a problem that most mid-range phones have. One may opt to use a microSD card for storage.
Motorola claims that the 1980mAH battery can run for 24 hours with normal usage. We put the battery to the test with our normal usage (a couple of phone calls and SMS, playing Angry Birds, watching videos with WIFI and 3G turned on from time to time) and it ran for a little more than a day.
Moto E may not have the fancy specs of other high end phones like the finger-print scanner for unlocking, nor is it 4G capable, nor does it excel in its camera features, but the smartphone brings what it promised to bring – a very good phone that can run the smartphone basics. If one is not keen on the apps and features that other more expensive phones can bring, then this phone is good enough for you. We’d recommend it as your second phone, or if you are planning to buy one for your child or an elderly. The Moto E serves its function quite well.