Motorola’s new budget friendly device, the Moto E, is getting a ton of praise from around the web for it’s extremely low price tag coupled with “better than expected” performance, styling, and pretty much all other aspects of it. I plan to do a full video review ASAP, but in the meantime, figured it was best to get a quick unboxing up for anyone interested in what comes with the device (or what doesn’t come with it as I’d imagine is the bigger question) and how it looks and feels when first unwrapped from it’s box.
Check out said unboxing video below, the Moto E’s specifications (from our new device specs section), and stay tuned for the full review coming as soon as possible.
I have to say that on first impressions alone, I like it. Comparing it to another budget-friendly Android device like the Nokia X, for example, it’s much nicer feeling (dare I say more expensive feeling?) and swiping through the very familiar stock Android interface (compared to whatever Nokia did) is smooth and responsive (surprisingly so). The only real downside seems to be the lack of LTE compared to the Moto G, but we’ll take a closer look at all it has to offer in the Moto E Review.