Motorola has a new range of terminals that this same week expanded with the Motorola Moto E. The last device to reach the catalog of the mark is recorded within the input range, but its technical profile is quite complete. The manufacturer also has a mid-range smartphone, the Motorola Moto G. The two share some characteristics, but also saved quite a few differences, see below.
The Motorola Moto E is the most modest of the two terminals and therefore has a smaller screen and lower resolution. We are talking about a panel of 4.3 inches with resolution qHD (960 x 540 pixels) and a density of 256 ppi. For its part, the Motorola Moto G increases the diagonal to 4.5 inches and resolution HD (1,280 x 720 pixels), so that the density also increases to 326 ppi. The two have a layer of glass resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
The design is also quite similar and both have a fairly classic shape with rounded corners. However the Motorola Moto G has better finishes a curved profile finest and the same weight but is broader. The Motorola Moto E has a slightly rougher shape and profile of 12.3 mm. Both let you swap the back cover, but again the Moto G provides a more varied and stylish range.
The two models carry a rear camera of five-megapixel, but The Motorola Moto G still has an advantage over its opponent with features like LED flash, mode HDR or burst shooting. The Motorola Moto E complies with automatic geo-tagging and panoramic approach. The Motorola Moto E also relegated to a second position in the video recording, and capture resolution is FWVGA (854 x 480 pixels) while The Motorola Moto G does in HD720p (1,280 x 720 pixels). The Motorola Moto G also has a front camera of 1.3 megapixel.
The media profile is a neutral ground, as they are both compatible with the same formats of audio, video, and image. The company also adds an FM radio tuner.
Motorola has opted for a mononuclear processor with the Motorola Moto E, specifically a Snapdragon 200 running at 1.2 Ghz frequency. The Motorola Moto G ups the ante with a chip 400 Snapdragon quad-core 1.2 Ghz. Both carry 1 Gb RAM, but logically G Moto performance will be much faster and can move more complex applications.
The storage capacity is one of the weaknesses of the smartphones of entry and the Motorola Moto E is a clear example. The terminal has a fund of 4 GB capacity, but at least can be expanded with cards microSD of 32 GB maximum. The Motorola Moto G does not allow memory expansion, but can be obtained in versions 8 or 16 GB capacity, which also include 50 Gb free Google Drive (expires in two years).
Motorola was acquired by Google and although it is about to pass into the hands of Lenovo, the available range enjoys the advantage of having the latest Android before other users. In this case the two models feature Android 4.4 KitKat, leads the Moto E series while the Moto G was updated recently. The two have common applications that Google includes in all terminals with its mobile system. We are talking about features like Gmail, Google Drive, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Google Maps, or Google Hangouts Navigation among others.
The technical differences between these two models are obvious, but the connection profile is a meeting point and both have the same integrated systems. The users will be able to access to the Internet via 3G mobile networks, which allow you to navigate to a maximum speed of 21 Mbps. It is also possible to access the network via WiFi and you can even share the connection with the mobile system of WiFi hotspot. The connectivity of profile continues with common antenna systems as GPS, wireless port Bluetooth, connector microUSB plug and headphones.
Regarding the battery, Motorola says that the two models can withstand 24 hours of normal use, but do not specify anything else. The Motorola Moto E carries a battery of 1,980 milliamps and the Motorola Moto G has a stack of 2,070 milliamps. Taking into account the technical differences, it is likely that the length is diminished because the screen processor and consume more power.
After analyzing the different sections, it is clear that the Motorola Moto G is above the new model. The terminal has a large clear display, your camera has more features, has more storage capacity and a much more powerful processor. Its price in free format is 180 euros, while the Motorola Moto E is 120 euros. This is a difference of 60 euros which we believe is completely justified.
Motorola, has difference of Motorola Moto G, has been added in this new terminal support for Dual SIM, what makes we can carry two different lines with distinct uses for the Motorola Moto E. a point in favor for the new family member Motorola, without place to doubts. On the other hand, there are not many differences. Neither has support for 4G LTE