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Motorola Moto E

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Motorola introduced most successful budget Smartphone last year. Motorola Moto E was one of the budget Smartphone with other mates like Moto G and Moto X. Recently, Motorola introduced a revamped version of Moto E  called MOTO 2nd Gen which supports 4G LTE variant. The Moto E 2nd Gen runs on 5.0 Lollipop Android version. It sports 4.5-inch of display touchscreen with 960 X 540 pixel resolution.

Motorola Moto E 2nd gen

To get into the depth of features and specification of Moto E 2nd Gen, it is powered by Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor coupled with 1.2GHz of clock speed. It offers 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal memory which can be further expanded with MicroSD card. The camera section too is good with 5-Megapixel of rear camera, VGA front facing camera. To speak about connectivity options it provides Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, 4G/3G and GPS.

Installing PC Suite and USB driver too are essential. One can get backup, restore content of phone on just a click. Syncing messages, contact, calendars, appointment with cloud service can also be done easily. PC Suite keeps your Smartphone updated and optimized with good security. Similarly, installing USB driver is essential too. It creates a connecting path between your device and PC.

Motorola Moto E 2nd Gen PC Suite and USB Driver or Motorola Device Manager (MDM) Download

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This year 2014 has seen the entry of top class high standard Smartphone’s as well as high configuration and low budget Smartphone’s so far. A boundary between high end and low end Smartphone’s seem to have come closer enough with the release of high configuration and low priced Smartphone’s by difference firms since last year and especially in the month of 2014. The last few month of 2014 since the release of Android One project output, a good count of highly featured Smartphone’s are out. Alongside with Motorola rocking the mid range Smartphone segment with high quality as well as cheap Smartphone’s just like Moto G and now Moto E is out there. Samsung is though laying concentration on their high end market and a very low contribution of theirs is seen under cheap Smartphone line up.

Top 5 ultra cheap Android smartphones in the month of November 2014

Here we will provide the list of 5 best good quality as well as low priced Smartphone’s you will ever see. This list is prepared after focusing on different factors like price, hardware configuration, brand popularity, performance, etc. So, you can easily go for one of these Smartphone’s you like to have.

5. Micromax Canvas A1:

Micromax Canvas A1 Android One


  • 5inches IPS LCD capacitive display with resolution of 480*854pixels and pixel density of 218ppi
  • 5MP primary camera + 2MP front shooter
  • 3GHz Quad core Mediatek processor
  • Android OS v 4.4.4 Kit Kat upgradable to v5.0 Lollipop
  • 4GB internal storage + 1GB RAM
  • GSM / HSDPA (3G)
  • 1700mAh Li-ion battery

4. Lava Iris X1:

Lava Iris X1


  • 5inches capacitive display with resolution of 480*854pixels and pixel density of 218ppi
  • 8MP primary camera + 2MP front shooter
  • 2GHz Quad core Broadcom processor
  • Android OS v 4.4.2 Kit Kat
  • 8GB internal storage + 1GB RAM
  • GSM / HSDPA (3G)
  • 2100mAh Li-ion battery

3. Samsung Galaxy Core II Duos:

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 Duos


  • 5inches capacitive display with resolution of 480*800pixels and pixel density of 207ppi
  • 5MP primary camera + VGA front shooter
  • 2GHz Quad core processor
  • Android OS v 4.4.2 Kit Kat
  • 4GB internal storage + 786MB RAM
  • GSM / HSDPA (3G)
  • 2000mAh Li-ion battery

2. Motorola Moto E:

Motorola Moto E


  • 3inches capacitive display with resolution of 540*960pixels and pixel density of 256ppi
  • 5MP primary camera
  • 2GHz Dual core Snapdragon 200 processor
  • Android OS v 4.4.2 upgradable to v5.0 Lollipop
  • 4GB internal storage + 1GB RAM
  • GSM / HSDPA (3G)
  • 1980mAh Li-ion battery

1. Asus Zenfone 5:

Asus Zenfone 5


  • 0inches IPS capacitive display with resolution of 720*1280pixels and pixel density of 294ppi
  • 8MP primary camera + 2MP front shooter
  • 2GHz / 1.6GHz Dual core Intel atom processor
  • Android OS v 4.3 Jelly bean upgradable to v4.4.2 Kit Kat
  • 8GB / 16GB internal storage + 1GB / 2GB RAM respectively
  • GSM / HSDPA (3G)
  • 2110mAh Li-Po battery

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Moto E is presently the most amazingly featured mid range Smartphone with attractive price tag. It was unveiled by Motorola in May 2014 and put forth for market in the same month. This gained a huge fame and fans from all over the world because of its exceptional features hardly possible to be provided at this range. This Smartphone was mimicked by various emerging manufacturers like Micromax because of its popularity. On the other hand Asus Zenfone4 is also a mid ranger from Asus with quite attractive price and specifications. It was unveiled to the world in January 2014 and stated rolling out in May 2014. The most essential factor which we have to concentrate here is that whether Zenfone4 has got the spark to prove itself better than Moto E or will Moto E still continue to be the undisputed best mid range Smartphone. Here you will clearly get the answer which will be most favourable to you. So, let’s step toward our analysis.

Motorola Moto E vs Asus Zenfone 4

1. Display Superiority:

Moto E flaunts a 4.3 inch capacitive display with resolution of 540*960 pixels and pixel density of 256ppi, while as Asus Zenfone4 comprises of a 4inch TFT display with resolution of 480*800 pixels and pixel density of 233ppi. Quite clearly Moto E has got a better display size as well as display quality. Smartphone experience will be much crispier and clearer in case of Moto E instead of Zenfon4 with just 49nch screen with low resolution.

2. Best Performer:

Moto E comes installed with Android Kit Kat 4.4.2 which is upgradable to Android v4.4.2. Zenfone4 comes preinstalled with Android v4.3 Jellybean which is also upgradable to the latest Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat. This implies that both the Smartphone’s have got equally up to date operating system at present. Moto E operates on Quad core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 processor and Adreno 302 for graphical assistance. Zenfone4 operates on dual core Intel atom processor also clocked at 1.2GHz. A powerVR GPU is provided for better graphical operations. Since the processing speeds of both the Smartphone’s is same however Moto E is expected to function little more efficiently with its work load distributed among four cores instead of just two cores. Due to same speed this effect will be only lightly noticeable or will remain recessive. Besides this, both these Smartphone’s have got 1GB of RAM for efficient multi tasking and better application support. This is very nice move from both developers.

3. Camera Clarity: 

Moto E as well as Zenfone4 houses a 5MP camera with almost identical features like face detection, panorama, etc. However Zenfone4 can capture 1080p videos @30 fps. And Moto E can capture 480p videos @30fps too. Not much diversity is seen their primary camera. In case of Moto E no secondary shooter is present unexpectedly however Zenfone4 has got a VGA secondary camera for video calling. This is a step ahead of Moto E by Zenfone4 and will be surely beneficial for them.

4. Network and Connectivity:

Just like every other mid range Smartphone, both these Smartphone’s are 3G enabled and include connectivity features which are Bluetooth, WI-FI, GPS. The connectivity is never a deciding factor because it’s identical for majority of Smartphone’s whether high end or mid range Smartphone. These are the basic requirements to be an Android phone and this is going on since the release of 1st Android.

5. Storage:

Moto E comprises of 4GB internal storage and it is expandable up to 32GB via SD card.4GB is the basic storage capacity flaunted by most of the mid range Smartphone’s. Zenfone4 has got 2 variants in which one has got 4GB storage while as other one houses 8GB internal storage and both the variants support SD card compatibility up to 64GB. You can choose one of the given variant according to your storage needs. Nothing special is seen here In case of Moto E but Zenfone4 has at least given you the choice to choose from two variants.

6. Running Period:

Moto E is packed with a 1980mAh battery giving 12h of talk time while as Zenfone4 has got 1200/1600mAh LI Po battery providing talk-time of 10h. In this aspect, both have got the close battery life but Moto E has indeed got the better battery backup as compared to Zenfone4. This is good for both but better for Moto E, Zenfone4 should have to increase its battery power knowing the need of battery when it comes to Android.

Looking at the different ads and cons of these two Smartphone’s, we can say that Moto E is better in case of display, battery and a little ahead in processor. However Zenfone4 can be considered as a choice because at least it has got a secondary camera and the rest of the features are also good. For the people who want better display as well as back up than Zenfon4, they should go for Moto E, but for the people who enjoy video calling, Zenfone4 is the preferred choice, you would have to compromise a little in case of display quality however 10h battery backup and processor is good. The applications multitasking governed by RAM of a Smartphone are identical in both the cases so switching different applications will be smoother equally in both Smartphone’s. Also both of these are up to date with the current version of Android which is exceptional for a Smartphone of this price to be getting regularly updated from the source.  Moto E will be our recommended choice because of its better features as compared to Zenfone4 but the only pinching thing from it is being devoid of front camera. This can give better opportunity to Zenfone4 to be explored by the world.