Moto E review in pictures

“At-a-glance review of Motorola’s budget smartphone, the Moto E”

The Moto G is a device that offers superb value for money, and has been quite a success for Motorola. With the KitKat-toting dual-SIM Moto E, the brand is now attempting to create similar ripples in the budget segment. The price bracket below Rs 10,000 could be a little trickier to conquer though, with the likes of the Micromax Unite 2 (first impressions) and the Lava Iris X1 (first impressions) offering stiff competition. 

We’ve reviewed the Moto E in great depth recently and found it to be a very compelling option, but in case you need a recap without going into the details, here’s a quick review in pictures. 

Heading the editorial shenanigans at the Gurgaon headquarters, Deepak is gadget freak like no other. He’s been writing on technology for over 14 years, having worked at Digit Magazine, T3 and Engadget, to name a few. Known to switch his primary phone every three to four days, he's looking to own 91 mobile phones so he can justify his position as editor of 91mobiles. He’s usually reviewing the latest smartphone or tablet, and always has a good idea for a feature. His other responsibilities include being the voice of calm among an unruly bunch of writers.
Facebook Comments
Previous articleAcer Liquid E600, E700 and Z200 smartphones with Android 4.4 KitKat launched
Next articleAcer Liquid X1 smartphone and Iconia Tab 8 launched