A present device and a future one are presented in this article, in an objective comparison.
The Moto G shows a 4,5 inches IPS LCD capacitive touch-screen that brings a resolution of 720x1280pixels. Moto E’s screen size is 4,3 inches and renders a resolution of 540x960pixels. Moto G’s thickness is 11,6 mm thickness while Moto E is slimmer with 6,2mm.
Hardware and Software
The Motorola Moto G works on a 1,2GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 processor and a Qualcomm MSM8226 Snapdragon 400 chipset. It uses 1GB of RAM. Moto E functions with a 1,2GHz dual-core processor likely to be Qualcomm or MediaTek. Moto E should use 1GB of RAM as well.
Moto G is running on Android v4.3 Jelly Bean, what can be improved with v4.4.2 KitKat. Moto E should run on the latest Android variant.
Moto G is equipped with a 5 MP main camera with LED-flash and a 1,3 MP second camera. On Moto E’s case the bets are on the same features.
Moto G has two versions of internal memory: 8 GB and 16 GB with no possibility of enhancement. Moto E gives a variant of internal memory of 4GB that can be enhanced to another 32 GB with a Micro SD card.
Moto G is powered up by a non-removable Li-Ion 2070mAh battery whereas Moto E is expected to work with a 1900mAh battery.
Moto G functions with micro-SIM whereas Moto E should have dual-SIM support.
Moto G comes in black front panel and seven different nuances for its back panel. Moto E should have same features as its “brother”.
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