If the camera matters more to you than anything else, then the Iris X1 is a better buy than the Moto E
Rs. 7,000 Android smartphones are good enough if your needs are limited
Is the Moto E flawless? No, not at all. Is it the best phone you can buy for Rs. 7,000 or lesser? Yes, definitely.
Low-cost Androids come with only 4GB of internal memory and that bottleneck makes it a no-go for many users.
This is all you need to read before deciding which Android smartphone to pick in your budget
Moto E has a 4.3-inch screen, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB RAM, 5 MP camera and 1,900 mAh battery
Motorola’s latest, to be announced tomorrow, is likely to be priced around Rs 10,000
Reports suggest this could be the launch of the Moto E, an affordable mid-segment phone
Motorola says it is now focused on the two products they already have in India.
There are at least three different teams working on what could be called a build-your-own phone concept
More variants are coming in April, among them the wood finish modesl
The Moto X will be available exclusively on the website with a bunch of deals
Motorola’s comeback phone has got rave reviews as the best budget handset. But here is some detail.
Motorola tweets that Moto X is headed for India and Australia in the coming weeks
It’s easy to go ga-ga over the Moto G, but there are certain things you should know before you buy it