The budget phones are super popular these days and Apple iPhone SE 2020 just nailed it at just $400. People have little cash flow if the pandemic news is to be believed and buying a $1500 smartphone seems out of the question. Motorola budget phones have always saved the brand and this time, they have come up with two different models; Moto G Fast and Moto E priced below the $200 mark.
The Moto E boasts of a large battery life powered by a 3550mAh battery. With normal usage, the company makes an exorbitant claim of two days. The screen is pretty huge at 6.2-inches and supports Max Vision HD+ which is supposed to make movies and television series look brighter. The phone also promises to allow 15 days of standby, an amazing feature for people who are traveling and need a reliable device for use on the go.
Under the hood, the Moto E is powered by Snapdragon 632 processor that is fast enough but also energy efficient. It runs on Android 10 while the Moto G Fast is more powerful with Snapdragon 665 processor. The phone uses 3GB of RAM with a triple camera setup and has 32GB built-in storage. It also supports micro SD card slot for further expansion up to 512GB.
The second model, Moto G Fast has an even larger screen measured at 6.4-inches with HD+ resolution and Max Vision display. The phone has a larger battery capacity at 4000mAh and runs on Android 10 but is expected to get an update when Google rolls out the next OS version. The phones costs $199 while the Moto E sells for $149 with major retailers.
Motorola budget phones are definitely the need of the hour as millions of users worldwide trust the brand. Besides, being so easy to buy saves a lot of money and the commitment of having to pay for device for two whole years combined with a cellular plan. The battery life is the highlight and the company also delivers their Moto G Fast and Moto E with near vanilla Android experience.