Motorola has recently launched its most anticipated budget smartphone Moto E, after big success of Moto G and Moto X in India. Moto X was in the league of high-end, feature-packed, Android smartphones. Moto G was a decent Android device with most of the features that you can expect in the sub-200$ price range in the market. Moto E has been launched specifically as a budget friendly device which can disrupt the smartphone market in the developing countries like India. The phone comes with a combination of latest Android 4.4 (Kitkat) and hardware specs that cannot be matched with any other phone in that budget range.
In this article TechyLab is going to review Moto E from the eyes of a real-world user who is more concerned with the performance and usability, rather than the price range. The reviewer had Samsung Galaxy Ace, Nexus S, Nexus 4 and has been fiddling with Moto G off late. Naturally, at some point you can expect to see comparison with all these phones which also were exceptional in specs and performance.