Herald Sun - Switched On - - GADGETS & GAMES -

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.


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