Motorola has finally unveiled its much anticipated device Moto E. The device which was launched in India recently may be considered as a watered down version of the earlier Motorola release, Moto G. This latest Moto offering is already set to give some tough competition to the various other devices of Nokia, Sony, HTC as well as Samsung.
Moto E is mainly targeted towards budget to mid segment smartphone user. The device is not only pocket friendly but also boasts of having a plethora of features. For obvious reasons comparisons will be drawn between Moto G and Moto E. Following are some major differences between both these popular Motorola devices.
Moto E Vs Moto G: Comparison:
Moto G consists of a decent display of 4.56 inch HD screen backed by a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels with a density of 329 ppi. On the other hand, Moto E sports a 4.3 inch screen based on qHD technology based on 960 x 540 pixels with a 256 ppi density. It’s important to note that Moto E is the only device in its segment that offers this kind of display. The nano-coating on both these devices allows the users to take calls even in the rain.
Moto E and Moto G runs on the Snapdragon chipsets provided by Qualcomm. However, the clock rate and CPU types differ. A Snapdragon 400 series 1.2 GHz quad core processor powers Moto G, whereas Moto E is shipped with a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 200 series dual core CPU processor. The memory storage varies in both the devices as Moto G comes with 8 GB and 16 GB in built storage, but provision of microSD card slot is present only in Moto E which is shipped with 4 GB internal memory.
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Both the device ships with the latest Android version, i.e., version 4.4.2 KitKat OS and the manufacturer guarantees of a timely update for both the version. This is a big plus point for both the devices as not many smartphone manufacturers are offering software update for budget devices.
In terms of software there is not much of a difference between Moto E and Moto G.
Even though the camera of both Moto G and Moto E is a 5 MP, the former comes with a LED flash which is not present in the latter. Also, Moto G sports a 1.3 MP camera on the front side which is missing in Moto E. The results of the camera are almost similar.
Being an expensive device, Moto G houses a bigger and battery battery then Moto E. Under the hood of Moto G you will find a 2070 mAh battery which is capable of providing 24 hours under mixed media usage. On the other hand, Moto E sports a relatively smaller battery of 1980 mAh which can provide a mixed media usage of 22 hours.
Lastly, in a few days more lucrative Moto E mobile deals will throng the online stores and you must check them out as they will definitely help in saving a lot of money.