Motorola E (2nd Gen) reviews – Motorola offers two variants of Moto E that differentiated over network technology, 3G and 4G as well as immersing the latest Android operating system, Lollipop.
The difference between the two variants lies in the components of the innards brought in, the Moto E variant 3G is supplied with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chipset consisting of a 1, 2GHz quad-core CPU, and an Adreno 302 graphics processor.
While the Moto E variant of 4G is superior to the capital of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chipset that also has four 1.2 GHz CPU cores, but with one level graphics above the 3G variant, namely the GPU Adreno 306.
Outside of the above processor differences, the two variants of Moto E are not the identical twins that were born together. RAM is both 1GB in capacity, 8GB internal memory (microSD up to 32GB), and the claimed 2390 mAh battery can last for 24 hours.
The device’s stature is also unidentical, with a display of 4.5 inches of IPS which is certainly wider than the first generation which is only 4.3 inches. It then carries a screen resolution of 540 x 960 pixels with a density of 245 ppi. The screen Protector component still relies on Corning Gorilla Glass 3 as used in the previous generation.
The second-generation Moto E main camera is still the same as its predecessor, only 5MP but now comes with a more tokcer-supporting feature, such as 4x digital zoom, slow motion video, F/2.2 aperture, auto HDR, tap to focus and Quick Capture. Plus of course the front camera even though only VGA class.
And this is interesting, because the second generation of Moto E is both a variant of 3G or 4G already carries the operating system Android 5.0 Lollipop since its launch.
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