Ever since the dawn in the history of mobile phones, Motorola has been widely known for bringing up high quality mobile phones. It was Martin Cooper, Motorola’s former Vice President and Division General Manager, also the inventor of the first portable handset in the world. He was the first person to make a call in his portable cell phone in the year 1973 to Joel Engel, his arch rival and the Head Research of Bell Labs.
Today forty-one years later, Motorola is back with a bang! That too with two of its flagship brand Moto e and Moto g.
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“But which one would be the best?” – is still the question that lingers among people while they hold the mouse and decide which phone to buy. A detailed overlook at the features of both the handsets will enable us to have a better understanding of the aspects that Motorola covers.
> Design delights
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The design for both of them is basic with candy bar features and an interchangeable back called the Motorola shells. A combination of colour and design is enough to make it the most coveted phone of the year. Be prepared to get the phone of your desire.
> Sharp Display
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The Moto e comes with screen size of 4.3 inches. With a capacitive touch screen and fixed resolution of 540X960 pixels, it is built to give a sharp display. The ppi figures at a decent rate ratio of 256.
The Moto g on the other hand has a 4.5-inch screen with a pixel ratio of 726X1280 pixels. The ppi here figures at 329 ppi that is extremely good for watching movies and other entertainment videos. The Moto g carries a support of 16 million colours, which is good for a mobile phone.
Both the phones have screens with Corning Gorilla glass that protects from daily scratches and splashes. So you need not worry about that.
> Instant Shots
The camera feature here comes with a decent 5 MP for both the mobile phones. This one quality will not be found in most of the recent phones available in the market. You can click away with the best possible features even in low light.
> Best Processors
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Moto e has a 1.2 GHz dual core processor. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 and a 1 GB RAM. Moto g on the other hand, features a built in Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 and a 1 GB RAM support that is a good aspect in the processing unit.
> Latest Software
For Moto e one can get Android 4.4 KitKat, one of the latest version of the Operating system to be found in the market.
Moto g features the Android 4.3 Jelly Beans, which is a stable feature and signifies the company’s different aspects.
So, take your bet and go for any one of them. None would disappoint you.
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