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May 15, 2014, 12:05:34 PM via Website
May 15, 2014 12:05:34 PM via Website
But the major differences are a roughly $50 price difference, but the Moto E gains:
- a microSD card slot (up to 32 GB ) - the Moto E only has 4 GB internal storage.
- official ''water-resistant coating/splash guard''
- at least one guaranteed update to the Android platform (it comes with Android 4.4.2), not bad for a hundred buck smartphone!
But the Moto E loses:
- a front-facing camera
- the ability to tap-to-focus in the camera app
- a LED flash
Things in the middle, based on personal preference/care factor:
- the same 5 MP camera from the Moto G
- front-mounted speaker (instead of on the back in the Moto G)
- slightly sloppy rear battery cover
- slightly thicker, but smaller footprint than the Moto G.
- smaller display size and much lower pixel density than the Moto G (326 ppi vs 256 ppi)
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