For less than $250, you get a lot of technology inside the Moto E’s rubberised shell. The secondgeneration Motorola budget smartphone has grown up, with a slightly larger touchscreen at 4.5 inches, twice the built-in storage at 8GB, a frontfacing camera for selfies, and 4G connectivity for faster downloads. Other notable features include a snappy gesture that lets you flick the phone twice to open its 8-megapixel camera, and once more to open the front camera, dual SIM card slots, and pure Google Android Lollipop software. Its battery is not removable, its 1GB RAM slows the system, and its camera is average, but the second Moto E does more than you’d anticipate.
$249 / MOTOROLA.COM.AU