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There are some great phones out there in the market that are worth checking out, but a handful of them would manage to stay active in our minds forever. That's not the case with every phone, but yeah; the Motorola Moto G was one device that truly excelled in the way it was imagined, and later presented in front of us.
Not only the device got phenomenal response at retail shelves, but also pushed mid-range handsets into further deeper.
While it may appear that price is where the Moto G truly excelled that is not the case. Rather, it is the specs sheet, and yes, not to ignore the retail model that truly put Motorola Moto G at the top of his class.
Well, the Moto G still rules the market. However, there is a desperate need to ignite low-end of the handset market.
There have been number of attempts being made to push the so-called "affordable" segment, but the end result remains the same. After receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback for the Moto G and Moto X, Motorola is ready to give a new beginning to the crowded low-end handset market.
The company today launched its most exciting yet personified handset till date, the Moto E. A lot has been said and written about the Motorola Moto E.
The phone, Motorola Moto E, will cost Rs. 6,999 when it gets launched in India. For the first time in a while, they have shown their desperate attitude towards Indian handset market.
Motorola is billing it as a low-end device, and to some extent they're genuine in their talks. For them, the Moto E could change the game forever, since a lot of domestic brands have been active in this particular segment. The Moto E aims to be a great smartphone without costing too much.
At the launch event in Delhi, which concluded a while ago, GizBot spent some time with the Motorola Moto G. Check out the hands-on impressions of the Moto E before the final review.
Motorola Moto E - Display and Design
Motorola Moto E doesn't look like a cheap device. Of course it is crafted out of plastic, like the Moto G, but feels sturdy and solid. The design is very basic but not over-the-top, which is again a plus point.
Once again, the design follows that of the Moto G, with a supremely vibrant nice curved back that fits nicely into the hand. It measures 124.8 x 64.8 x 12.3mm and weighs on a higher side (140 g).
Talking about the phone's display, the 4.3-inch qHD (960 x 540) display is insanely vibrant at this price bracket. The colors are vibrant but the same cannot be said about the viewing angles.